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the weekend is up. >> the "today" show is up next. >> you can always get updates any time you want on our nbc app. it's a free download. thanks for watching. have a great day. good morning. on the road again. hillary clinton making her way to iowa in a van after kicking off her white house bid. >> i'm running for president. >> how iowa changed her fortunes last time around and why it could be a key again. after the incident. new audio surfaces in the conversation between the south carolina police officer who shot walter scott and the fellow officer. >> the adrenal pumping. >> just pumping. >> oh, yeah. >> could it impact the case against him? look out below. a tv interview cut short by an explosion. a manhole cover rocketing seven stories in the air. >> heads up! heads up! heads up! and simply masterful.
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>> one of the epic performances in the sport. >> 21-year-old jordan spieth wins his first major. the second youngest masters champion in history. a record-breaking victory proving the future of golf is already here today. monday, april 13th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. savannah and natalie have the morning off. i'm joined by hoda kotb. >> look who's here. thank you for inviting me back. >> we appreciate it. we are here on a morning that even non-golf fans are talking
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about it. you watched the masters. >> there was something about this kid that was so captivating. how he was able to stay so cool 21 years old on that golf course. >> to be so talented and to already have a green jacket it's a big deal. we'll tell you more about spieth coming up. but let's start with our top story. hillary clinton's presidential campaign is off and running. and less than one day in she's already going about things differently than the way she did in 2008. we've got it all covered with our political team beginning with kristen welker. she's in des moines awaiting clinton's arrival. >> reporter: good morning to you. that's right. hillary clinton is expected to arrive here in iowa this evening, but she's on the road today driving here from new york with a few aides and with the secret service at the wheel. they're in a vehicle that clinton has dubbed the scooby doo van. if she learned one lesson in '08 is you can't take this state or anything else in politics for gran
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announcing her second bid for the white house in a sleek online video, hillary clinton declared -- >> i'm hitting the road. >> reporter: and she meant it. just hours after announcing on social media, hillary clinton took to twitter once again. this time revealing her campaign is already on the move tweeting road trip. loaded the van and set off for iowa. met a great family when we stopped this afternoon. many more to come. clinton beginning her road to the white house overnight with the 1,000-plus mile drive from her home in new york to iowa where she's looking for a second chance. she'll kick off her swing through the hawkeye state on tuesday. it was here in 2008 that clinton's presidential hopes first started to crumble when she came in a stunning third behind john edwards and barack obama. >> i congratulate senator obama. >> reporter: critics say back then she campaigned like victory
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was inevitable. aides and supporters say this time will be different with small events aiming at one-on-one. >> we have to run a state-by-state campaign. >> i'm back! >> reporter: clinton has already started laying the ground work here attending a democratic event last fall. voters say they want a choice. not a coronation. >> people will come with questions so she needs to be prepared with answers. >> reporter: now, republicans here in iowa and all across the country have already started to wage a strong countercampaign. they are criticizing clinton on a number of issues including using her personal e-mail while serving as secretary of state. that has begun to resonate with some voters. she'll give her first big campaign-style speech some time next month. back to you. >> kristen welker in iowa for us
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this morning thanks for much. >> hillary clinton's critics have been quick to weigh in. andrea mitchell has more on that story. >> good morning. it's good to be here. hillary clinton says she wants to be the champion for everyday americans saying the deck is still stacked in favor of those at the top. and this time she is determined to avoid the mistakes that cost her the nomination last time around. >> and i hope you'll join me on this journey. >> reporter: this time hillary clinton is promising a listening tour. instead of big rallies, small events targeting the middle class. this time playing her gender up. >> i am still in the grandmother glow. >> reporter: what is going to be different? >> what early primary voters will want to see is to see her really earn their trust and support. >> reporter: from republicans, already a chorus of criticism. >> we must do better than the
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clinton policy. >> i think the thing is about the clintons is there's a certain sense they think they're above the law. >> hillary clinton represents the failed policies of the past. >> reporter: clinton is upstaging marco rubio launching his campaign today in miami. as for bill clinton, a huge political asset who still produced some bad headlines last time around he says he'll be a backstage adviser for now. tell that to "snl." >> hillary would make a great president. and i would make an even greater first dude. this election is about you. i don't want to hog your limelight. i am leaving. look at me go. bye. i'm gone. >> aren't we such a fun, approachable dynasty? >> reporter: and again, hillary clinton heading to iowa for a two-day swing starting tomorrow. a swing across the hawkeye state, a state she came in third
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in 2008 behind obama and john edwards. >> it will be interesting to see how that pans out. all right. thanks andrea. >> hoda thank you very much. chuck todd is nbc's political director and moderator of "meet the press." good to see you. >> good morning, sir. >> what's her message? if the hillary clinton could write the headline on the front panl of major newspapers this morning, what would they write? >> everything they want to be over the next six days everyday americans. you're going to hear her say it. she wants to be about economic fairness. that's the one issue. notice there was nothing on foreign policy nothing on making washington work. she wants to be an everyday economic fairness. and we'll hear a lot about grandmother. >> if she wants to make it she's going to try to make it about everyday americans and average families. the republicans are going to try to make it about one thing. hillary clinton. because she comes to this position with a lot of political
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baggage. even personal baggage. who's going to win that battle? >> i think it's tough for her. it really depends on who the republican is. if jeb bush is her opponent they're going to have a tough time making it about the past. if it's marco rubio -- we had a poll that said candidates think her policy are more about the past than a new direction. >> you asked does she have a vision for the future. 51% say it's a return to policies of the past. vision needed for the future 44%. what about inspiring young voters? we hear so much about the need to get those young voters out. barack obama did it twice. can hillary clinton at this stage of her career do the same thing? >> think about this. people under the age of 38 have never seen anybody with the name clinton on a general election presidential ballot. so it is all about reintroducing herself to people under the age of 40. now, what the clinton campaign
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will tell you is the idea of electing a first woman president is what inspires young americans. they say that is the key to unlocking millennials. >> you mentioned rubio expected to announce on the republican side. his candidacy today. how much impact does he have? >> he could have big impact. rubio as a republican nominee is somebody that scares them. by the way his candidacy today, hillary clinton's announcement today. put it together it's a bad week to be jeb bush. we're bringing up dynasties. that's not good in the republican primary. and bush so popular in florida he could not chase rubio out of the race. >> chuck todd. good to have you here. senator rubio will join us live tomorrow on the show. there is more today in the deadly shooting in south carolina. we hear what michael slager had to say moments after the incident. here's gabe gutierrez. >> reporter: on a portion of the
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dash cam video from slager's patrol car, he can be heard talking to a senior officer about what to expect following the shooting. the officer suggests he jot down his thoughts once his adrenaline stops pumping. slager responds with a laugh. >> it's bumping. >> oh yeah. >> reporter: then later a voice believed to be slager a speaking on the phone. >> hey everything's okay? i just shot somebody. >> reporter: slager said scott grabbed his taser but three days later slager was charged with murder. he has not yet entered a plea. meanwhile this morning, north charleston is a community trying to heal. >> we've had a hard week. >> reporter: it was a week that followed the shooting of walter scott by michael slager and ended with hugs and hand shakes from the mayor. >> i have seen so many and gotten so many hugs thanking me for doing the right thing and making them proud of their community. sometimes out of diversity can
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come growth. >> reporter: gabe gutierrez, nbc . >> all right. tamron is in for natalie. and unfortunately you've got news of another tragic police shooting. >> yeah. this one stunning as well. good morning, everyone. officials in tulsa, oklahoma are investigating the fatal shooting of a man trying to flee an undercover gun deal. on sunday police released video of the incident that took place earlier this month. app volunteer deputy said he thought he was pulling out his taser but mistakenly grabbed his gun shooting the suspect who later died. prosecutors are considering whether to file charges against the reserve deputy. at least ten cars of a freight train derailed and overturned during the night in colorado springs. some of the cars carrying raw ammonia fertilizer. no reports of injury but residents nearby were told to stay indoors. one person is dead after a lamborghini crash at a popular walt disney attraction.
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they went to the exotic driving course after a driver slammed into the guardrail. the passenger and driving instructor died at the scene. scary moments recently for pilot and passengers in england. high cross winds made it very scary as planes tried to take off there earlier this month. some of the planes ended up nearly sideways but amazingly everyone is okay. you see it the cross winds. imagine being on that flight. not a good feeling, to say the least. and it was a frightening scene sunday in buffalo, new york. an electrical fire underground triggered explosions. a manhole . [ explosion ] >> heads up! heads up! heads up! heads up! >> heads up, indeed. police closed that area off. look at that again.
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the person he was interviewing didn't run off either. >> how much do those things weigh? it's crazy. that could have killed someone instantly. >> the sound of it alone, that's intense. scary but thankfully everyone is okay out there. >> tamron thank you very much. mentioning again she's in for natalie. al roker. >> how was vacation? >> it was spectacular. we've got great weather to talk about. unfortunately not in the midwest and the south. we've got a lot of rain. right along the frontal system we're looking at showers and thunderstorms. heavy rain to the gulf coast. this is a long-lasting event right into early this weekend. right now chicago we've got some showers moving through. also houston, texas, heavier rain. that's going to push through fairly quickly. but we watch this front move through during the day today, look at the showers through texas on into mississippi,
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alabama, georgia. wet weather along the i-95 corridor. we already have flash flood watches from texas into the panhandle. flash flood warning right along the alabama -- should say the georgia/florida coastline. rainfall amounts next 72 hours, 3 to 5 inches of rain. some areas may locally pick up to 8 inches before it's all over. and again, it's going to continue right on into the weekend. we're going to get t all these networks keep making different claims. it gets confusing. fastest, the strongest the most in-your-face-est. it sounds like some weird multiple choice test. yea, but do i pick a, b, or c. for me it's all of the above. i pick, like the best of everything. verizon. i didn't. i picked a. maybe c. and how'd that work out for you? not so well. can i get a do-over? why settle for less when you can have, well, everything. and get 2 lines for $100. verizon.
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. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds to start with but get your sunglasses ready. skies will be clearing. the wind picks up and that will help with the warmup today. into the 70s this afternoon. tomorrow umbrellas will be going up. showers and 67 degrees the high on tuesday. 60s with sunshine wednesday. clouds return thursday. up to 64 degrees. increasing clouds will likely lead to more showers on friday, but will clear out this weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> immediately went in and sktd how much does a manhole cover weigh. between 90 and 150 pounds. when we look at that video, that force. >> think about yourself. i weigh about 150. imagine shooting up in the air like that and coming back down. >> and if the manhole leaves st. louis at 5:00 -- >> i'd have to google that one again. >> all right, al. thanks so much. now to an all-out search for
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the brazen group of thieves behind the headline making heist in the diamond district. $100 million worth of jewels missing, the suspect still on the loose. keir simmons is in london with the latest. hey, keir. >> reporter: hey, hoda. good morning. this morning there is speculation the gang came all the way here from eastern europe. as you mentioned there is a mystery over how much they took but one estimate puts it at $100 million. if that is true then what you're about to see is security video of one of the biggest heists in european history. >> smash and grab job, huh? >> slightly more complicated than that. >> reporter: it's as if they copied the plot of "oceans eleven." elev a group going in as workers stealing. >> then you take the house. >> reporter: like in the movie, locals say there were strange power outages in the districts.
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then this deposit facility turned out to be well not so safe. >> things remain chaotic. vault is covered in dust and debris. >> reporter: the men went down an evaluate chartlevator shaft and drilled throug walls. others used garbage bins to remove stolen goods. and did another hide inside the building to let the gang in? >> if it was an inside job, you know in a modern facility there would have to be a huge amount of collaboration. >> reporter: there's speculation it's the same gang accused of rage on the french riviera. the pink panthers. they've stolen $500 million in jewels. while the identity of the london burglars are still a mystery that hasn't stopped giving them names. mr. redhead. mr. tall. mr. strong. another of the gang has been nicknamed the jeman just because he was wearing leather shoes.
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you can see why this has caught the public imagination here even as they work to catch the people who did this. >> that is fascinating. >> we hope they catch them quickly, but there is something intriguing about this. >> thank you. meantime golf has a brand new superstar this morning. 21-year-old phenom jordan spieth who dominated the masters from start to finish. he led all four days. the first time that has happened in 39 years. willie's here with more on spieth's record-breaking performance. willie good morning. >> reporter: he was fun to watch, wasn't he? good morning to you. with that big lead there wasn't much drama sunday afternoon at augusta national, but there was excitement. spieth in total control all week in one of the biggest stages in sports. >> one of the epic performances. >> reporter: meet the new face of golf. 21-year-old jordan spieth. from the first day, the dallas
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native took the lead and never looked back. >> it was great. i saw my family and friends right behind the green there. at that point knew that it was going to be a done deal. you know to be honest it didn't kick in there. it still hasn't kicked in. i'm not -- still kind of in shock a bit. >> reporter: spieth's girlfriend his high school sweetheart along with his parents who also were high school sweethearts were there to watch him make history. sinking 28 birdies. the most ever at the masters. at one point going 19 under par, the only player ever to do so there. >> he has been relentless. >> reporter: but it's spieth's cool down to earth nature that's gaining fans as well. his jordan spieth charitable trust focuses on special needs youth in honor of his younger sister ellie who was born with a disorder that places her on the autism spectrum. >> this is my sister ellie.
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what i do on the course i want to be secondary to what i do off the course. >> reporter: now wearing the jacket, he is the second youngest masters champion ever behind tiger woods. woods was playing for the first time in nine weeks. grimacing on the ninth hole. >> a poen kind of popped out. joint went out of place. but i put it back in. >> reporter: tiger finished in a tie for 17th place leaving a new young phenom to take the jacket. >> this is as great as it gets in our sport. >> reporter: this was spieth's second tour victory in a month. pushed him now to number two on the world rankings behind rory mcilroy. phil mickelson said if you told me i shot a 14 under, i'm putting on a green jacket. but this kid was that good all week. >> his second victory in the month. his other two tournaments he was
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second. >> and the 20-year-old finished in second place. this guy's going to be here for a long time. >> when you see him with his sister, you fall in love with the guy. >> and he's in love with his high school sweetheart. >> yeah. we're into him. dylan is filling in for carson in the orange room. what are people talking about? >> it's a big day for him online. he gained 56,000 twitter followers on sunday a ilone. i started following him on saturday. i'm sure he was thrilled. the university of texas lighting up the tower in orange. he used to be a longhorn. we've got matthew mcconaughey tweeting for him. bubba watson tweeted out this. congratulations jordan spieth, i'm honored to pass on the green
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jacket to you. #champion. and jordan spieth posted this throwback thursday picture. this is little spieth right here. who would have guessed he'd go on to win the masters at 21 years old. big day yesterday. >> that's awesome. and guess what. guess who's going to be here on our program tomorrow. >> who? >> jordan spieth. >> way to go. >> nice. >> going to be big. >> could have knocked me over with a feather there. >> you've been waiting. i know you were hoping. >> can't wait. we'll have fun with him. coming up the chelsea factor. what role will hillary clinton's daughter play in his run for the white house? and on rossen reports, is this worth the risk? a warning before you try the fun-looking cliff dives that you come across on vacation. but first this is "today" on
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carmax will be the best way to buy them. "nbc 10 news" starts now. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. closing in on 7:30. let's get our first look forecast from meteorologist bill henley. good morning, bill. >> good morning. mostly cloudy skies. more and more sunshine. you can see the clouds are starting to break just past the city to the west. the temperatures have started to climb. right now 47 degrees in philadelphia. low 40s for millville and atlantic city, pottstown and allentown at 44 degrees. sunshine will be clearing things out and warming things up. we'll see a few scattered clouds at 9:00. plenty of sunshine at noontime and into the 70s at noon. thank you, bill. let's get a check on the roads. the first alert traffic center
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katy zachry. >> good morning, vai. traffic is building on especially 95. take a look at your drive times between woodhaven and the vine. 40 minutes. moving into new jersey along the 42 freeway, both north and southbound between the walt whitman bridge and route 55 it will take you about five six minutes. vai. thank you, katy. new this morning, a man suspected in an overnight assault arrested after a stand offwith police. it happened at 48th and brown streets in west philadelphia. the man told police that she met this man at a bar. they went back to an apartment where she claims she was sexually assaulted. when police arrived the man barricaded himself inside. he was eventually taken into custody. he was eventually arrested. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update. back to the "today" show. we'll see you in a half an hour.
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7:30 now on a monday morning. it's the 13th of april, 2015. you've probably seen this video by now. that is super bowl winning quarterback tom brady jumping off a cliff. that's a scary sight for a lot of football fans. he's not the only one doing it though. coming up on rossen reports, vacation undercover. it's a first hand look at the dangers and they seem obvious, the dangers of actually taking part in that. >> even though we know they turn out okay you cringe watching them. >> we had four nos here. >> that's right. emergency crews in indiana are on the scene of a bad accident in indianapolis. several vehicles involved.
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one of them a crowded bus. at least ten hurt. it's a road trip for hillary clinton after finally announcing her presidential campaign. the former secretary of state arriving in a van from new york to iowa where she'll hold her first official campaign event tomorrow. >> the scooby doo van, we're told? >> are we there yet? and jordan spieth is your new masters champ. he ran laps around the field lead leading wire to wire becoming the tournament's second youngest winner ever. >> great story. let us begin with more on hillary clinton's second run for the white house and what we can expect from her family this time around. nbc national correspondent peter alexander has more on that side. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. hillary clinton of course may be the one grabbing headlines, former president bill clinton. but a lot of political analysts these days are interested in the role chelsea might play this time around and whether she is
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the "x" factor that could have a big impact on her mom's campaign. hillary clinton's running for president, but she won't be doing it alone. plenty of attention will be on the woman who may become america's first daughter for the second time around. >> everyday americans need a champion. i want to be that champion. >> reporter: soon after the announcement daughter chelsea was quick to tweet, very proud of you, mom. it's the first of what will likely be many gestures of support from the younger clinton during the 2016 campaign. in the new issue of "elle" magazine chelsea discusses the importance of a first female president. saying when equal hasn't included gender, there is a fundamental challenge there that i believe having a first female president will help resolve. that fight for equality is one of her focuses in her work as the vice chair of clinton foundation. and the no ceilings initiative. and the argument her mother is
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the right candidate to achieve that she'll be campaigning for her in the coming months. as a 20-something she was frequently by her mother's side during the 2008 cycle. >> would i consider dating a mccain supporter? i'm very proud to report that my boyfriend is supporting my mom. >> reporter: but now as the 35-year-old mother to her own daughter charlotte, she stepped out of her parents' shadow and critics say could play a crucial role for the former secretary of state who this time around is also a grandmother. >> maybe the best thing chelsea clinton has given to her mother is a grandchild. it allows hillary clinton to be seen as more of a normal everyday american. you'll hear the name charlotte on the trail a lot out of hillary clinton's mouth. >> reporter: as for former president bill clinton, he says he'll take the role of backstage adviser. at least for now he's expected to stay out of the spotlight. as for chelsea herself, there's
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little doubt the invisible hand of chelsea shapes almost every significant decision that her parents make. so even if you don't see as much of her in 2008 she's a mom now. the photo ops may be fewer. do not underestimate the role she will play leading into 2016. >> peter thanks very much. let's head to the orange room with dylan. there's one specific aspect grabbing people's attention, isn't there? >> all the chatter was more about this symbol through here. it is hillary's symbol an "h" with the arrow. patrick recreated it on twitter using microsoft word. just the "h" and the arrow. it's also drawn comparisons to the hospital sign the fedex logo wikileaks logo. it also looks like a lot of different country's flags.
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costa rica cuba iceland. one person asked this who will make this quilt? i kind of like the pattern. it's not too bad. yeah. i don't know if that's all she was going for, but it's a simple "h" and arrow. what do you think? >> i think some of that is a stretch. to be perfectly honest. but that's just me. >> me too. i agree. people have to find something. >> dylan, thank you very much. mr. roker, how about a check of the weather. >> we have big h's and l's on the weather map. i think she's ripping me off. look there's an "h" for hot. we have mild and warm weather up to the north. that's good news. especially the northeast. minnesota, minneapolis, 63. palm springs, 96. we've got a cold front pushing in. cold temperatures. medford, 54. boise, 47. as we move into wednesday, that cold air gets into the rockies.
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salt lake 46. chilly air will stay around good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds to start with but get your sunglasses ready. skies will be clearing. the wind picks up and that will help with a warmup today. in the 70s this afternoon. tomorrow umbrellas. showers and 67 degrees the high on tuesday. 60s with sunshine wednesday, clouds return thursday. up to 64 degrees. increasing clouds will likely lead to more showers on friday but will clear out this weekend. have a great day. >> don't forget. get that weather any time you need it go to the weather channel on cable weather.com online. >> thank you so much. is 65-year-old mom pregnant with quadruplets? >> wait until you hear how many
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something new on vacation like cliff diving. but is it worth the risk? jeff good morning. >> reporter: morning, guys. we have four nos at that desk. make it five. i wouldn't do it either. so many do. it is a popular vacation craze. it looks like fun. leap off a cliff and scream all the way down. even celebrities are doing it. that is new england patriots quarterback, super bowl winning quarterback tom brady jumping off a cliff recently. it got millions of hits online. thankfully as you see he landed safely. but others well they get hurt or killed. this hits close to home for us here. our rossen reports producer nearly died when he did it. this morning what you need to know before you take the plunge. jump after jaw-dropping jump. vacationers taking death defying plunges off sky high bridges and
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cliffs. free falling into the water below. the videos all over youtube. but this major rush can come with major consequences. this girl gets knocked out completely. >> she's out! she's out! >> reporter: floating unconscious as swimmers race to her rescue. they all survived. including this teenager who broke her back cliff jumping in arizona. >> i got the wind knocked out of me right when i hit. >> reporter: same thing happened to my producer charlie. you walk with a limp now. >> i walk with a limp. there's nothing i can do about it. nothing's going to change. >> reporter: charlie nearly died jumping off this bridge in california. these pictures snapped just seconds before he crashed into the water. >> immediately bust my verse bray on -- vertebrae on impact. i couldn't feel anything below the waist.
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>> look at charlie walking. good job. >> reporter: he spent months just learning how to walk again. >> it's really tough. i'm thankfully living proof that you should not in any way go near a bridge o for a cliff or try to jump like that. >> reporter: at least he's alive. this teenager died just weaks ago cliff diving in nevada to help another swim per. just days later another teenager died after jumping in california. but despite the dangers, we found vacationers lining up to jump at this popular spot in jamaica. that is so high. onlookers here them on. what they may not know according to police and published reports, just last year this young man jumped here in jamaica and died. so why do americans keep doing it? >> i felt like i knew what i was doing. >> reporter: would you do it again? >> i'm going to go do it again. >> reporter: why? >> because it's fun. >> reporter: why jump off a cliff? >> because you're in jamaica and
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why not. i'm in the medical field and i know the risks. but you're on vacation. >> reporter: they have a sign posted to jump at your own risk. but listen to what can happen if you get cold feet. >> she's a chicken. she's a chicken. >> reporter: yes, that man positioned here giving safety tips a encouraging kids and teenagers to take the plunge. >> don't be chicken right now. >> reporter: that same spotter even making a promise to this scared girl. >> you not going to hurt yourself. >> i promise i won't hurt myself? >> i promise. >> reporter: we witnessed this close call. watch what happens when he tells this girl to watch. wait >> wait there's a person. >> reporter: she almost jumps onto a person below. by the way, rick's also sells alcohol. >> cold beer my friend?
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can i get you a cold beer? >> reporter: i'm good thank you. i went to see the manager. jeff rossen for nbc news. is this a safe environment? people cliff diving next to a bar? he walked away. rick's telling us they have three clearly posted signs and has no control over what its guests might yell or taunt. as for that man on the cliff, they say he's not a life guard or security guard but didn't elaborate and said their staff is trained to help with safety. >> you may land 99 times out of 100 perfectly fine. it takes one time to change your life forever. >> reporter: look we want people to have a great time on vacation but i see charlie every single day. and this impacts every aspect of his life. he would do anything to just go back to that second before he jumped. he never thought about the dangers either. >> did that prompt you to do the story? >> this month two other teenagers died doing this. we wanted to let you know about
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"nbc 10 news" starts now. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. just before 8:00. bill henley. >> vai looking good. sunny and warm yet, 67. we're going to see lots of sunshine today. the clouds will go higher. the clouds are thinning out. look at the dramatic change in the last half hour. center city will become nice and sunny. warmest from the 40s to the 60s. topping out in the 70s. 49 degrees in wilmington. trenton up to 45. 48 in south philadelphia. northeast philadelphia airport is 45 degrees. sunshine will be bright. 71 degrees at 3:00 this afternoon. thank you, bill. let's get a check on traffic with katy zachry. >> hi, vai. a lot of volume on pennsylvania majors. 95 at girard avenue and behind me. while this is the southbound
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lane while it doesn't look like drivers are tapping their brakes, they are. take a look at this drive time between woodhaven and vine, 42 minutes. this is not the only place we are seeing significant delays. drive times on 76 95 and 476 especially. southbound, 43 minutes it will take you to go from 76 to 95. we'll take a look at mass transit coming up in 25 minutes. there is an accident in towamencin township. tonight in delaware county the colwyn borough township will hold a meeting on the finances and the borough manager. they voted to fire paula brown to cut costs. she called the action illegal but we learned that brown reported for work this morning. over the weekend investigators brought documents out of the borough hall. the state is looking into colwyn borough. we'll have another update in 25
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up gwyneth's food stamp challenge. the star creates controversy as she tries to make a point in living in just $29 a week. plus an exclusive sit-down with jk rowling. she opens up. >> as a parent of three kids, you have helped them love reading. >> i never get bored of hearing that. and the voices behind "the voice." carson and the coaches open up about juggling rock star status and parenthood. >> did you watch "the voice" while you were in labor? today, monday, april 13th
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2015. ♪ >> surprised my wife with a trip to new york city on her 50th. ♪ >> texas girls celebrating our birthdays. >> all the way from utah to see al roker! >> we're back now. 8:00 on a monday morning. it's the 13th day of april 2015. got a lot of birthday celebrations. hi. >> hi. >> nice to see you. great having you here. we've got a different group today. savannah off for the week. we've got hoda here. dylan dreyer in as well. and we've got a lot to get to.
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>> and we do. and train. train is going to be singing a little later. that's going to be fun. but we're going to check in with tamron hall with the morning's top stories. >> good morning. hillary clinton is on the road this morning taking her newly announced presidential campaign to iowa. she left new york sunday stopping along the way to pose with a young family. kristen welker is in des moines awaiting her arrival. kristen, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. that's right. clinton is expected to arrive here in iowa later today and she'll hold a series of intimate events with voters. a round table on education, another round table on business. this is the place that first started to dash her hopes for the presidency in 2008 when she came in third. she says she's going to tab d.o. things differently this time. she's going to get up close and personal with voters. republicans have already started to launch a strong countercampaign criticizing her over her foreign policy over that e-mail scandal. clinton is expected to head to
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new hampshire in the coming days. first major campaign speech some time next month. back to you. >> thank you. later today in miami, florida senator marco rubio is set to announce he's running for the republican nomination for president. the freshman senator is expected back in washington tomorrow for a foreign relations committee on the tentative nuclear deal with ir. now a follow-up on the story about the so-called free range parents in maryland. they are under fire again after their two young children were picked up by authorities last night leading to some frightening moments. katy tur has more. >> reporter: the parents said they wouldn't back down and once again child protective services has come c after a stranger saw their kids unaccompanied in a park over the weekend. and called the cops. known as the free range parents,
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danielle and alexander made headlines earlier this year when they were investigated and charged with unsubstantiated neglect after another stranger saw their kids walking home alone and also called police. on the "today" show they defended their parenting style. >> we're amazed this is a national conversation because we're just doing what our parents did which was normal one generation ago. >> reporter: in this latest incident the parents said they began searching when their kids didn't come home at the agreed 6:00 p.m. it wasn't until 8:00 p.m. danielle claims that child services called to let them know they were in custody. a few hours later, the kids are home the mom posted on facebook. cps finally let us see them at 10:30 and after making us sign a safety plan let us bring them home. so far no new charges have been filed but already the courts of social media is lighting up with those ready to defend or condemn
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them all over again. katy tur, nbc news. well there was no monkey business when a drone hovered over a chimpanzee exhibit in the netherlands. take a look at what happens. the chimp smacks the flying camera out of the air with a stick. his curious friends rushed in to inspect the crash. the drone was destroyed but the video is now a huge hit on youtube. it is now 8:05. let's get another check of the weather from al. >> thank you so much tamron. we want to come down here because we have these folks all the way down at this end. they normally don't get seen. where are you guys from? oklahoma city. all right. good to see you all. are you on a little spring break? >> no. >> you just all cut school all together. yeah. there . let's show you what we've got as far as your weather's concerned. i like it when it all comes
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together. you can see the shower's thunderstorms through the gulf. mobile alabama, wet weather. st. louis, missouri you've got showers and thunderstorms moving th and we're going to be watching this activity as the front pushes through. some heavier showers and thunderstorms dallas into parts of l. mississippi, alabama, georgia gets in on it late tonight into tomorrow. and look at all the rain. we're talking anywhere from 3 to 5 inches in some spots. some areas could pick up up to 8. we've got some friends here from from -- there you go. and seattle in the house. yeah. that's what's going on around here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. i'm bill henley. clouds to start with. get your sunglasses ready. skies will be clearing. the winds pick up and that will help with the warm-up today. 70s this afternoon. tomorrow, umbrellas. showers and 67 the high on tuesday.
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60s with sunshine wednesday. clouds return thursday. up to 64 degrees. increasing clouds will likely lead toer more showers on friday but will clear out this weekend. have a great day. >> and that is your latest weather! >> thank you very very much. coming up next on trending madonna's surprise appearance at the coachella festival and why it left another superstar speechless. >> you want to call that memorable. you'll want to stick around . there it was. plus jk rowling on harry potter, accepting failure, and the one thing she's never tired of hearing. and gloria and emilio estefan bringing a love story to broadway. who's going to play th
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michael after her father. heo name the baby after his father that name spyridon. mom says she can't even pronounce that name. the couple buzz agree on this. if an online petition started by the dad gets 100,000 signatures they will name their baby spyridon. right now it has just over 150 signatures. >> check back in five minutes. >> one other thing, the couple isn't sure they're having a boy. but that they do and you think it should be named spyridon, go sign #spyridon. >> what's the nickname? spy? >> what do they do if it's a girl? >> someone said hoda likes unique names. >> speaking of babies here's the unbelievable story of the
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day. there is a mother in berlin. she's 65 years old. she already has 13 kids and now she's pregnant with quadruplets. her name is anna greste. 65. and her four babies are the results of an artificial insemination. she is due this summer. she's in good health. her older child, 44. her youngest is just 10. >> wow. >> well, well, well. >> wow. >> al's got the seven-second delay working this morning. >> i need this job. >> nothing good can come. >> madonna has been shocking fans for years. this time she saved her biggest surprise for a fellow performer, drake. the two were performing at the coachella music festival when madonna goes in for a kiss. that is some kiss. i know. you saw what we saw, right? the crowd goes wild but drake's
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reaction seems to be a little bit less than thrilled. >> he wiped his mouth. >> oh he did this. >> what if she put gum in his mouth. >> al do you have anything to say. >> no. i just -- i think that spoke volumes volumes. >> this will make you smile. it's on a pair of parents whose son is serving in afghanistan. they were invited to drop a puck in arizona. guess who's delivering the puck to them? they're son army sergeant dan lirman. he bear hugs his dad and ends up on the ice. but they are -- that is an incredible moment. look at the dad. hops right back up. >> i love that. that's great. >> he can't believe it. >> the mom goes, remember me? i am your mom. >> oh. that's love baby. >> and then both benches cleared. turned ugly.
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>> that is something. >> and that is "what's trending" today. gwyneth paltrow is getting a lot of attention for a challenge she's accepted on living on food stamps for one week. it's a worthy cause, so why in the world is she facing criticism? here's hallie jackson. >> reporter: gwyneth paltrow is no stranger to the spotlight. this time it's her low cost groceries grabbing headlines. after she tweeted this picture of eggs brown rice fresh herbs, a total of $29 worth of food. it's all she'll get for a week. that's $1.38 per meal. part of a challenge to shop and eat like someone on food stamps. >> she is making a decision to walk a week in the steps of 47 million americans. >> reporter: the food bank for new york city started this star studded challenge.
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>> make a donation today. >> reporter: recruiting mario batali batali. >> i nominate gwyneth paltrow, sting, debbie harry. >> reporter: but it's gwyneth paltrow whose company is raising eyebrows for he healthy haul at the store. why'd you buy so many? >> the criticism brings up an interesting point where this is a tradeoff for many families. do i buy calories or look for nutrients? >> reporter: advocates say she's seeing what families face and deserves praise for raising awareness. >> this is an opportunity for us to shed light on what it really means to struggle to afford food for your family. >> reporter: paltrow hopes to keep the momentum going
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nominated chef roy choi next. for "today," hallie jackson, nbc news, los angeles. >> she was nominated. it's hard to believe she's getting all that criticism. >> don't you think there are some celebrities who just get in a zone where they're the target of criticism no matter what they do? she may be in the zone right now. >> she could do anything and people will say what took her so long. now more of our rare and revealing interview with harry potter author j.k. rowling. we caught up with her in new york at the launch of umos her charity. we spoke about that on friday as well as the chances of another harry potter book. rowling had more to say about her popular series, her birthday, and more. i want to flatter you in a way i imagine you have been thousands of time. as a parent of three kids you have helped them love reading.
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>> i never get bored of hearing that. wonderful thing to hear. >> is that something that you're enormously proud of? >> of course. i really -- it's funny that people so often say to me you must be bored of hearing this. and you think really? why would i be bored of hearing that? there are things i am bored of hearing, but it's certainly not i love your work and you taught my children to love books. what's better? that's an incredible thing to hear. >> having spent so much time writing harry, do you find yourself daydreaming about him still? or is he gone from your consciousness? >> he's not gone. two or three nights ago i dreamt about dumbledore. >> my kid does all the time. probably for different reasons. >> different. yeah. i met dumbledore three nights ago. i didn't often dream about it when i was writing it. i think it was so in my
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conscious mind that at night i didn't need to. but i've had a few dreams since i stopped writing, it seems to be living at the back of my brain again. >> i want to ask you about this speech you gave several years ago at harvard. >> oh gosh yes. >> oh gosh yes. it was intimidating. >> yeah. >> right. you spoke about something in that speech that touched a nerve with a lot of people. in a good way. >> failure. >> some failure in life is inevitable. >> yeah. you talked about failure. why do you think it struck such a cord? >> i don't think we talk about it enough. i don't think we talk about failure enough. it would have really helped to have someone who had had a measure of success come say to me you will fail. that's inevitable. it's what you do with it. i really put my heart and soul into that because i took it seriously. i thought they've asked me so i need to give an honest answer. >> last thing. a little birdie told me you have a big birthday coming up. >> i do.
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>> how do you feel about that? do we want to see what birthday it is so people don't guess? >> that would be interesting if everybody said 70. >> 30. >> that would make me happy. i will be 50 in july. >> how do you feel? >> genuinely? >> no lie to me. >> i really mean this. i'm not trying to bring the mood down i promise, but my mother died at 45. i immediately brought the mood down and i don't mean to do that. from the heart i mean this. you've got to celebrate every year you're here in good health. and what's the alternative? what's the alternative to aging? checking out. i'd rather still be here. i still have children to raise. i still have books to write. so genuinely i will have a party with my friends. we'll have a great time. i'm looking forward to it. >> you proud of yourself? >> sometimes. sometimes i really irritate my. i was proud of myself after delivering the harvard address because it had frightened me so
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much. i'm normally proud -- to be very honest i'm normally proudest of myself after i've done something that frightens me. i believe in courage and i think it's the virtue that ensures all the others as winston churchill says. and, yeah i normally feel proudest of myself after doing something frightening. >> you're a delight. thank you so much. >> thank you so much. >> i'll be honest with you. she is delightful. >> the humility she has, you want to be friends with her. that's what i felt like after watching her. >> the idea that she's inspired a generation to kick start reading is just amazing. >> right? and the charities. >> and the aging saying what's the alternative. >> that was great. >> by the way, thank you. you can hear more from j.k. rowling and hear more about her charity on today.com. let's go over to dylan dreyer with a special announcement. >> we are teaming up with four fun british foodies.
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later this month they're coming tho america on their lost and hungry tour to find regional food favorites and hidden gems. but first here's a little background on these fabulous. >> look at these poor little twerps. >> this is mike. he'll no doubt lead us into ridiculous situations but is guaranteed to make friends with everyone along the way. this is barry. he's a simple guy who just needs food drink, and wi-fi. without those he tends to get a little grumpy. this is ben. ben is a fountain of knowledge all things food. there's nothing like being prepared. this is jamie. he loves to wind ben up never shares food and reckons he can smile his way out of any situ >> so here's how you can help determine where sorted food travels and the foods they eat.
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just tweet us your answer to this question. what is the first iconic american dish sorted should try? easy enough. >> we'll come up with good answers there. coming up it's going to be a great day in studio 1a. guess who's here. train. pat is here. >> hey, soul sister. >> but first your local news. i love everything you sing.
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>> announcer: nbc 10 breaking news. >> we have launched sky force 10. it is over the scene in montgomery county. a worker suffered electrical sock at the king of prussia pal near macy's. we learned the worker was taken to the hospital. first responders are on the scene. we are working to find out the worker's condition and more information as nbc 10 crews head to the mall on this breaking story. use the nbc 10 app to stay with the nbc 10 for updates. let's get our first alert forecast from bill henley. bill? >> a nice warm-up for today. the temperatures have started to creep up. still have clouds in the area. you can see them in this view from center city along with the
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wind that is going to be making its way down to the ground. so far the southerly wind above building level. that's part of why we'll be warmer today than yesterday. the southerly winds. we are at 49 in philadelphia. wilmington and millville. mount pocono also 49 degrees. more ub sunshine. upper 60s by 1:00. at 4:00 73 degrees. >> thank you, bill. let's get a check on the roads as you start the work week with katie. >> the story throughout our coverage area, volume is building on many of the majors. we have delays on 76 westbound headed west. take a look at the drive times between the vine and blue route. 27 minutes. eastbound, 23 minutes to go the same stretch. >> thank uh you. . we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 news app. have a great day. back to the "today" show. see you in a half hour.
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that was a big face of al roker we saw in the crowd there. >> yes. >> here on monday morning, 13th of april 2015. where was that big al roker? there we go? >> spitting image. >> anyway the gang's all here. we've got a lot coming up in this half hour. >> yeah. we're going to have a lot of music. train is here. they've got a brand new song i think you're going to like. >> that's great. >> and look who else is here.
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gloria and emilio estefan. they have 26 grammys and 37 years of marriage. love them. and they're about to do something they've never done. we'll let them explain. >> are you freezing? >> yes. >> this is the closest you've ever gotten to me. >> it's okay. >> it makes me look good online if i do this. >> should i take his jacket? >> aww. >> thank you. >> now i'm freezing. can i have your jacket? >> and also coming up we are kicking off a five-part series aimed at making your meals a whole lot easier. so get your skillet ready because katie lee has a recipe you'll love. >> let's stay outside. it's so warm. >> you've got a check of the weather. >> i sure do chilly.
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we have got a slight risk of strong storms in texas today. that moves into the northeast with heavier rain. look for wet weather along the coast. showers move into the ohio river valley today. tomorrow the rain moves through pretty quickly here in the northeast. we will have some wet weather still left around through the gulf coast into the southeastern atlantic states. and look at the cascades. an icy mix and snow that's what's going on aro here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. i'm bill henley. clouds to start with. get your sunglasses ready. skies will be clearing. the winds pick up and that will help with the warm-up today. 70s this afternoon. tomorrow, umbrellas will be going up. showers and 67 the high on tuesday. 60s with sunshine wednesday. clouds return thursday. up to 64 degrees. increasing clouds will likely lead toer more showers on friday but will clear out this weekend. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather.
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fantastic advice for you guys. go on weather channel or weather.com any time to get your weather. all right. now back inside. now to "the voice" on "today." carson is busy with season eight of that vocal competition. she sat down with the coaches to talk about music, parenthood, and mo. ♪ >> season eight of the show. many of us have been here from the beginning. this is something that seemingly gets better and better and better and better. how is that possible blake? >> i think christina coming back definitely kicked us up a notch this season. there's some definite eye candy. >> pharrell how you feeling about this season? >> i didn't expect to get such a colorful team.
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♪ i got blues and also like sawyer's got this folk thing. it's purely his thing. is the show has an amazing ability showing people who are like diamonds in the rough. chris jamison was nothing short of magical to me. everyone that was watching watched him have a moment in that performance. it changed his life. >> christina said on the air this is the most talented group i've seen on "the voice." >> i really meant it. it's like the people that i thought last week were the ones then the next show i'm like wait a minute. like i didn't see you coming out of nowhere. >> did you watch the show while you were gone? >> did you watch while you were
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in labor? >> i can't miss it. >> i feel like the show's domesticated us in a lot of ways. we started one kid, now we've got two more. you've added one. >> every female in the chair gets pregnant. beware future coaches. >> you've got professional life personal life. >> but no kids. >> not yet. >> i'm going to do it. don't pressure me. >> you think about fatherhood in general? >> listen i'm super excited to be a father. that's something that i always imagined. you know it was -- i'm excited. i just want to not be as busy. >> how do you guys juggle the schedule with your crazy lives? >> maroon 5 is on a world tour right now. >> we just finished north america. >> you had a woman on stage. >> a drunk young lady made her way on stage. i got clawed. i held her shoulders saying you need to relax. by that time someone had managed to gingerly remove her from the stage.
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she's in prison. or not, i don't think. >> what's your favorite christina aguilera song? >> is it lame to say "beautiful"? everyone says that though. >> do you have a favorite maroon 5 song? >> i think my favorite stuff was all that jane record. >> that's the favorite i think, for a lot of people. >> how about you, blake? can you name one pharrell song? >> no brainer is happy. but the one i have to hear over and over and over again miranda plays is the motorcycle. and then the whole time you're going hey. >> wow. i'm flattered. >> thank you, guys. >> that was the most serious we've ever been right now. >> nobody wanted to weigh in on the favorite blake song. >> hello. what's the one i like?
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i'm blanking. >> yeah. that's a favorite. >> i'm blanking. it's the one about the chew tobacco spit. "boys round here." that was so much pressure. we're on the air. >> you named your dog after the man. >> you're right. >> meanwhile, you can catch "the voice" tonight and tomorrow night at 8:00/7:00 central time. up next get on your feet. gloria and emilio estefan are here with big news. first this is "today" on nbc.
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now 8:39. aren't you in a good mood right now when you hear this music? hits like conga, their music is iconic. love one of a kind. it's only fitting that gloria and estefan are putting the two
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together in "on your feet" a broadway musical about their lives and music. how thrilling is this? are you busting? >> i'm beside myself. we're here right now. i'm thrilled. >> how did this come to a broadway show? >> 20 years ago i thought it was not the right timing. i think it's a good timing now. our lives inspire a lot of people about dreams and being persistent persis. your love story is amazing. he was your first boyfriend. >> he was. not anymore. i'm kidding. >> 37 years of marriage. so was it love at first sight? are we going to see this? >> you're going to see the whole breakdown. we don't believe in love at first sight. you can have lust at first sight. it took awhile. he had an older girlfriend when i met him, actually. i was very innocent. i was 17 years old. >> that's not in the play. >> exactly.
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>> you'll get to see how it happened. i had a lot of respect for him. he was my boss. i looked at him like this older guy -- only four years older. >> picking the songs had to be difficult. because every time you hear a song, you say that one's got to be in that one's got to be in. how'd you narrow down? >> some are no brainers. the key is you're doing a show where in a musical, the music is what advances the story. and the way that alex our writer who won golden globes and oscars he did a phenomenal job. it seemed they were written for the story. and my friends said who wrote them? it's your life. but the way he uses them is incredible. >> is there going to be dancing? >> i sure hope so. they better. >> and i heard a rumor, i don't know if this is true that there will be beverages served? >> of course. >> what do you mean? >> mojitos. it's going to be great. >> we've got the cuban thing going from the beginning of the show. >> and there are some broadway
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shows where they walk drinks around and sell them while you're sitting there. >> i don't know if that's going to happen. >> that would be good. here's what's exciting. you had to wonder who was going to play you. did you have any role in the casting? >> of course. no no we let the director do his job. jerry mitchell amazing award-winning director. but obviously, you know we had to have some kind of relationship. >> we're going to do a big reveal. this is happening on the "today" show right now. we'll reveal the two actors/singers/dancers playing you two. we have josh sigora and anna vili vilifana. you have been a gloria fan forever, right? >> yes. for as long as i can remember. i grew up 100%. i grew up performing her songs at talent shows. i actually went to her high school. >> yes, she did. >> and josh you're a big fan of
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emilio obviously. let me hear a little imimpression. >> don't kill me. okay. babe babe baby. >> so where are you guys starting? in chicago? >> we're starting previews in chicago june 2nd. then previews in october here. >> and starting ticket sales today. >> yes, we are. my lucky 13. >> congrats. >> thank you for doing this. you don't the the pressure of trying to keep this under wraps. >> you're free. broadway october 5th. tickets available today. all right. up next super simple the recipe. first this is "today" on nbc.
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we are back at 8:45 kicking off a special week-long series in the kitchen.
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dishes full of flavor and easy to put together. katie lee is co-host of the kitchen. good to see you. >> good morning. >> before we get to your recipe you're going to talk skillet. everyone has one or two of these. hi how are you? >> not everyone. >> hoda is sitting here. most people have one or two of these. are they created equal? >> no. everyone should have an iron skillet though. they're really inexpensive and they can last longer than a life time if you take care of it properly. >> all shapes and sizes. everybody talks about you need to season the skillet. how do you do that? >> most skillets are sold preseasoned but it's good to still continue to season it. so what you do, because cast iron is really porous you need to seal it with some fat. pour oil in. and then wipe it and put it into the oven for about an hour. then when it comes time to clean it that's important because you
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don't want to use soap. this is kind of an untraditional cleaning meth. >> because that reverses everything you've done. >> yes. what you want to do is give it a quick wipe as soon as you're done using it while it's still warm. if something's stuck, take some salt and put it on there and use a soft sponge and scrub it off. then give it a quick rinse. moisture is the enemy here. you want to be sure it's bone dry when you put it away. give it another rub of oil, put it back in the oven for a couple of minutes and that will continue to season it and it will eventually become nonstick which a great. >> you are making something that screams summer. this is a blueberry peach skillet cobbler. >> exactly. i feel like after this endless winter i am praying for an endless summer. this takes me there. using an iron skillet, if you want to dump in the peaches. >> all of them? >> they're not in season.
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do you use frozen? >> you can use frozen peaches. just thaw them. you can use any fruit you like. mix in some lemon juice there for me. >> got it. >> and i'm going to make the batter. i've got some flour here and some sugar. this is super simple. you probably have all the ingredients in your pantry. baking powder and a little bit of salt. you just mix that up. and then you want to add the milk. >> sure. you've got an egg there? >> no this is melted butter. put that in there. and this gets mixed up. and you'll see it's like a thicker batter. and just mix, mix mix. you want to get it kind of smooth but not over-mixed. just a little bit clumpy. then you dollop it right on top just like that. >> why do you have water boiling over there? >> the water boiling, this is a trick my grandma taught me. so you take sugar and corn starch and you just mix that up
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and this goes on top of the batter and then you pour boiling water over it. >> why is that? >> the boiling water hits this corn starch and it starts to cook in the oven with the corn starch and makes a thick syrup. bring that over here. i put about half a cup. and this is going to -- see how it goes into the corn starch. this is going to be our syrup. >> one of the good things about skillets it goes right into the oven. >> it's oven to table presentation. the skillet stays hot. >> you cook it for how long? >> about 55 minutes to an hour. see how it's got that nice crunch to it? >> hoda's got some over there. give it a try. >> i will. >> you want some ice cream? >> sure. just a little. this kind of doubles as breakfast. >> katie. delicious. >> seems like she doubted you at first. >> i did not. >> you're a tough judge. tell me what you think.
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>> it is delicious. it is fan it's a pick. katie lee, thank you. we have posted the recipe on today.com. more skillet recipes for you tomorrow. up next a live performance from train. but first on a monday morning, this is "today." jim kenney. son of a firefighter. first in his family to go to college. he's been councilman at-large, representing the whole city. a progressive voice who'll be a mayor for our neighborhoods. bringing philadelphia together...
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expanding pre-kindergarten improving our schools... ...and partnering with businesses, community colleges and universities to create jobs jim kenny, the block by block mayor we need to move philadelphia ahead. >> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toy
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>> we are always happy to welcome the grammy winning band train to our studio. >> they have a brand new hit with "bulletproof picasso." and they're about to kick off their picasso at the wheel summer tour. pat moynahan is the front man. how are you? >> great. >> are you excited about hitting the road? >> i am. we're out with the fray and matt nathanson. we have a lot of great surprises and cool things that will happen. 45 cities to play. >> so many hits. they have to earn their way to the top. but they don't always explode there, but you watch them rise. >> yeah. they're kind of like any song that makes people feel something is difficult to do. those are the ones that count me in. whether it's dance or cry or something. >> this one was tough to write, but it's worth it. >> this is "bulletproof picasso." >> all right. >> ladies ♪
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♪ am i made of paper ♪ ♪ cause i tear so easily ♪ ♪ am i made of vapor ♪ ♪ because i disappear ♪ ♪ do i have to have a reason ♪ ♪ for anything i feel ♪ ♪ just be glad i'm real glad i'm real ♪ ♪ am i real ♪ ♪ are you made of lead paint ♪ ♪ a bulletproof picasso ♪ ♪ all the virgin saints ♪ ♪ put you here to care for me ♪ ♪ i don't need a reason ♪ ♪ for anything i feel ♪ ♪ just be glad i say what i mean and mean what i say to you ♪ ♪ we don't need a reason for anything we feel ♪ ♪ we don't need a reason picasso's at the wheel ♪
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♪ so roll that top down hell with this town ♪ ♪ leave our bags behind ♪ ♪ we don't need a reason ♪ ♪ cause i got you and you got me tonight ♪ ♪ did you ever see the waves break ♪ ♪ into a million pieces ♪ ♪ or stay awake with someone who was dying ♪ ♪ you don't need to tell me anything at all ♪ ♪ i'm just glad you're here glad you're real ♪ ♪ are you real ♪ ♪ am i made of timber ♪ ♪ cause i'm on fire ♪ ♪ will you remember ♪ ♪ tonight was very long ♪ ♪ you don't need to sell me on anything at all ♪ ♪ just say what you mean ♪ ♪ and mean what you say to me ♪
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♪ we don't need a reason for anything we feel ♪ ♪ we don't need a reason picasso's at the wheel ♪ ♪ so roll that top down hell with this town ♪ ♪ leave our bags behind ♪ ♪ we don't need a reason ♪ ♪ cause i got you and you got me tonight ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ you got me tonight ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ you got me tonight ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ you got me tonight ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh ♪ >> how fun was that? that was awesome. >> good to see you again.
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>> so great. >> well done. >> you've got a little podcast coming up, right? >> i always do. i'd like to get you all on it when you're not busy. >> you bet. >> you want to tell everybody you were behind the desk there trying to take my job. all right. much more music . >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. i'm chris cato 8:56. we are with looking forward to a nice warm-upment bill? >> it is under way. we are seeing the clouds thin out. clearing skies. lots of sunshine this afternoon. wasn't bad yesterday. up to 67. it will be warmer today. that's a live view from center city. just a few scattered clouds there now.
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a little bit of a breeze starting to pick up in parts of the area. along with the temperatures now 52 in wilmington. northeast philadelphia. it's 53 in atlantic city. at the airport that was one of the coldest spots this morning. red soxboro, south philadelphia in the upper 40s. that will be changing shortly. a quick warm-up by 1:00 upper 60s and low 70s at 4:00 this afternoon. >> we continue to follow breaking news out of montgomery county at the king of prussia mall where two workers were shocked. it happened in or near macy's. they were taken to the hospital. it is unclear how they were shocked and how serious the injuries are. we have a ground crew on the way. we'll keep you posted on the latest information. new video from delaware county shows paula brown returning to work. nbc 10 was there as brown walked into colwyn hall.
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some voted to fire her over accusations of financial mismanagement. she said it was illegal and locked herself in her office for hours. council will have a meeting to discuss brown's future as she hangs up the open sign there. i'm chris cato. another update in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and weather through the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show. have a great monday.
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>> announcer: this morning on today's take jeremy irving on getting buff for his new thriller. then turn your back yard into an outdoor oasis with easy makeovers. then from svu to the red road. tamara tunie joins us. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news this is today's take with al roker natalie morales, willie geist, and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." it's a beautiful monday morning here in new york city. it's april 13th. >> you know why it's a beautiful day today? >> go ahead. >> it's national grilled cheese day. yes. >> i thought you were going to say because you're back and we missed you. >> i missed you too.
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national grilled cheese today. that's what i'm talking. >> that was yesterday. we observe it the day after. >> it's like presidents' day. >> what's your favored grilled cheese to use? >> american cheese. yeah. on wonder bread. boom. >> old school. >> i like some stuff, but old school. and if it's a cold day the hot cream of tomato soup. >> i like the craft. you take it out of the wrapper. >> i'm so old i remember before it was actually wrapped individually. you'd have to peel it off. >> really? >> oh, yeah. it claim in a block. it was sliced, but boom. you peel that off. sometimes you cheat and take two at once. >> you have to eat one before you put any on the bread. >> we're going to observe hard core in a few minutes. we're going to make our own. you're getting a grilled cheese. >> of course i am. hello, meet tamron hall the
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eater. i'm the show's eater. >> i'm willie. natalie has the morning off. that was our lead story. our second story is hillary clinton has now officially entered the presidential race. she put out a video yesterday just over two minutes long talking about how she was going to be a champion for the working people of this country. it remains to be seen what the specifics are in her campaign, but she's on a road trip now heading from her home in new york to iowa where she'll arrive later this evening. so she's starting off road tripping it like clarke griswold. >> does the president drive? you know on a road trip. >> she hasn't driven a car in 20 years. i wonder if she's doing the driving. >> no. they're calling it the scooby doo van of something. >> and i would have won the presidency if it hadn't been for you kids. >> those meddling kids. >> first lady michelle obama
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says she doesn't drive and the secret service is teaching malia how to drive because the parents can't get behind the wheel. they're like thank goodness. that parallel parking. >> yes. kind of cuts down on the road rage when there's a guy in mirrored sunglasses there. >> most people knew she was going to run but she made it official yesterday. "snl" has had some time now to build up its new hillary clinton and they did get the treatment on saturday night. >> hillary would make a great president. and i could make an even greater first dude. >> thank you, bill. that's nice. >> hillary isn't it crazy that phones can take video now. if they could have done that in the '90s, i'd be in jail. >> hillary clinton in charge. it will be a brand new white house. ♪ oh who am i kidding. buckle up, america, because the
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clintons are back. >> darrell hammond coming back reprising his role. >> he's been away too long. >> he has. and of course that's kate mckin nonwho will be hillary clinton for months. >> it's like the opening for a reality show. we're back. >> bobby moynahan as charlotte. >> what? >> as the granddaughter. wouldn't that be great? >> lovely. >> but it was so much fun seeing him in a little outfit. a baby costume and a diaper. >> i didn't see that coming. i didn't see that coming at all, mr. roker. >> al is referencing chelsea clinton's 6-month-old daughter. most googled question about hillary, this came out overnight. what people are looking for now. what do you think it is? >> how old she is. >> that was it. that's the most googled
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question. she's 67. >> here's the deal though. if you google most celebrity, that's the first thing that comes up in addition to who are they dating and usually questions are they straight or gay. >> people seek that information. >> if you google most celebrities, liam neeson, it will come up usually the first thing. when you google search something, it shows you -- >> they googled specifically how old is she. >> i know. but doesn't that happen when you go to google right now and google someone's name, they put in the first thing people are asking about them. >> i have no idea. i'm on vacation. here's a question for you. here's a presidential trivia question for you. which four presidents are not buried in the united states? >> you don't want to talk about the current situation. go ahead. you know obviously. >> both bushes, clinton, and --
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because they're still alive. they wouldn't be buried. and carter. see they're still alive. >> we were trying to have a substantive conversation. >> well, i'm sorry. i'll just come back then. >> my theory on why her age was -- we were having a conversation. you see what i'm saying now? >> but you needed that clarity. >> thank you for that. i'm going with al on this. can you move to the next story? >> sure. >> we missed you. we did. this story has caught our attention for a number of reasons. it's an investigation that still ongoing. nonetheless incredible. 49 years ago this woman zella jackson price was told at a st. louis hospital that her premature daughter had died. that's what she was told. however melanie diane gilmore she learned actually was
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separated from her mother. she did not die. she was separated for reasons that are still unclear at this point. but on thursday, melanie had a chance to meet the brother she never knew she had and then she met her mom. >> oh my god! oh my god! [ screaming ] >> so she spent her entire life thinking that her parents had given her away. her mother spent her life that her daughter had died. melanie lived in oregon. her mom lied in st. louis. the family now plans to hire an investigator to get on this case. attorneys investigating this. the hospital actually closed in 1979. so it's unclear what happened there. but apparently nel knee's children started to go on
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facebook to search for their background. the who am i question that is asked many times. particularly when kids are adopted. and they stumbled across this information. >> what an amazing story. >> i suppose there might be another example if it happened at the same hoespital. >> someone contacted and said that a similar thing was told to their family. >> you wonder what would compel someone to tell a mother her child died. >> and the wasn't adopted until she was 16. that's a long time. >> thinking your mother didn't want you. my gosh. on a different note, and i'm thrilled about this. >> what is it? >> well, it seems board games are back. today happens to be national scrabble day. inventor of scrabble was born today. according to reuters, people are turning to board games again possibly as backlash against video games. >> did they ever go? i love board games. >> they waned in possibility.
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but now i think hasbro says monopoly and risk sales up 10% in the last year. so i think there's a general backlash. i think analog is the new digital. >> what's your favorite board game? >> my favorite board game i would have to say, after scrabble, trouble. the popmatic cube. >> trivial pursuit. what about you? >> life and connect 4. i i'm the queen of connect 4. no one can beat me. i should go on the road and say that. and hustle people on the side. >> we should get people in here and have a challenge. >> i think we should. money involved? >> that took a turn. >> willie bets on -- he's like -- >> #orange room. why don't you let us know if you're a great connect 4 player. >> we'll fly you in? >> we might talk about that. at least get you on a bus. maybe get you on hillary
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clinton's van on the way back. >> we will bring you here. is there a virtual connect 4? >> i bet there is. which kind of defeats the board game purpose. >> i know. >> i've been playing with my kids' connect 4. lucy plays. >> my best friend lucy? >> that's it. let lucy play. >> she's good. be careful. >> lucy's going to beat me. no, no. i need to start with george. >> oh, yeah. start with the younger one. >> i think i can take george. >> here's a great story too. dallas zoo teaming up with animal planet for a 24/7 live stream of the birth of a baby giraffe on friday. i'm going to stick my neck out on this but i think it's -- >> oh. >> katie was in labor for about an hour. female calf born shortly before 6:00 p.m. zoo keepers have three names and you can vote on the favorites later this week. check out the new edition at apl.tv. >> look how cute that giraffe
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is. who has the most famous legs? like what actress is known for their legs? >> oh. lana turner. >> lana. you can name it lana. >> jolie stuck that leg out that one time. >> angelina. >> i'm going with your theme. >> i'm thinking legs. >> legs. all right. i'm thinking weather. going to walk on over on my two stubby legs and show you what we've got going on. some heavy showers and thunderstorms moving through the gulf. in fact, the south is basically going to be under the gun for heavy showers and thunderstorms over the next 72 to on beyond. we've got a frontal system here. we've got moisture out of the gulf. between the two, we're looking at wet weather. chicago, you've had storms move through. they'll probably fire up in houston again today when the daytime heating starts firing up. we push this front through. you see the strong storms dallas making its way to
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memphis. new orleans. then that front just lays across the northeast. so all along the i-95 corridor tomorrow morningto here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds to start with. get your sunglasses ready. skies will be clearing. the wind picks up and that will the help with the warm-up today. 70s this afternoon. tomorrow, umbrellas will be going up. showers and 67 the high on tuesday. 60s with sunshine wednesday. clouds return thursday. up to 64 degrees. increasing clouds will likely lead to more showers on friday but with eel clear out this weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> vicki says i don't get your sense of humor. >> we get it. >> no you don't. coming up next jeremy
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we're just working hard to... bring out the best. jeremy irvine first caught our attention as albert the young man who follows his horse to battle in "war horse." >> now jeremy is running for his life starring opposite michael douglas in an edge of your seat thriller "beyond the reach." >> a hunting trip goes terribly wrong. >> i mean, you can't frame me for this. there'll be an investigation. you know that. >> nobody cares about this man. nobody's going to miss him. bring this body back, they can put it on me or put it on you.
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50/50 ben. do you like those odds? >> oh. jeremy, good morning. very, very intense. very physical. i do have to point out the first clip we showed you in your underwear. >> that is -- yeah. it's even weirder. i hadn't thought about that until now when you see it on live tv. >> is that in the script where you see start here, no more clothes? >> kind of. >> just like that. >> but you know, i don't look like that. i'm british. we're not meant to look like that. like the american hunk kind of look. so i did a lot of work for it which was tough. and the director, this wonderful french director would phone me up on skype and say jeremy, you must have the abs. you must have the abs. i had to pull up my shirt and show him i was doing the work.
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>> how much train dg you have to go through in this thing? >> i guess i did about six weeks of hard work. just before this i worked to lose a lot of weight. i lost about 35 pounds. >> wow. >> i was super skinny. so getting back from that was really tough. >> you've had quite a start in the business. we saw you acting opposite michael douglas there. your first film you get a call from steven spielberg. setting the bar pretty high out of the gate. >> i can't really think about it now. it's so scary to me it might not have happened. >> and you were nominated for an oscar on "war horse." >> not me personally, but the film was. it was an insane introduction to the movie business. steven was so kind to me and held my hand through the process. >> we've got a new favorite story. can you tell us the time you ran into one of your favorite actors in the lou at an award show?
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>> it's funny. because the researcher from this program phoned me up and said can we do that story. i said yeah. >> that must have been katie. >> who's already laughing. >> yeah. a story to tell on live tv. okay. so i had never been to an awards show before. someone who hasn't been to one of these things, they're very fancy, lots of drinks on the table. i'm this kind of new 19-year-old. hey, there's a free drink. i'm going to go for it. it's everywhere. so of course i'm going mad. and i get -- after 45 minutes i'm busting. so i kind of sneak out and i sneak into the bathroom. and one of my favorite actors is there and he's next to me at the urinal. and i can't believe i'm telling
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this. this is ridiculous. >> you have us on the edge. >> i know. i haven't even told him this story. i'm not used to seeing famous people and actors. so i get incredibly nervous. and it's just -- it's not happening. it's not happening. >> oh. >> i just can't. stage fright. yeah. embarrassed willie or whatever you want to call it. >> wow. we got a new name for you. >> that was amazing. >> so i'm now because a minute or so has gone by. now it's obvious. and i am so aware that he knows that it's not happening. so i'm standing there and i'm drunk, so i decide i'll just make the noise. that will fool him. >> make the noise? >> what's the sound. >> it's only the next morning that i wake up and realize thousand ridiculous this season. >> you just made a noise?
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>> i went -- >> i'm glad we asked for this story. >> jeremy, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> come back and see us and embarrass willie again. >> the embarrassed willie. >> wow. "beyond the reach" is out this friday. >> how you feeling, buddy? >> if you struggle with type 2 diabetes, you're certainly not alone. fortunately, many have found a different kind of medicine that lowers blood sugar. imagine what it would be like to love your numbers. discover once-daily invokana®. it's the #1 prescribed in the newest class of medicines that work with the kidneys to lower a1c. invokana® is used along with diet and exercise to significantly lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. it's a once-daily pill that works around the clock... here's how:
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notch. we have brieose. two ingredients you have to do are a little bit of may owe whether you like it or not. >> before you grill it, huh? >> on the inside. then in this case we're using three different cheeses. we have a little monterey jack. we have a little cheddar. and then we have a swiss. notice i always put the cheese on the outside. now we have some beautifully cooked three peppered bacon. and any time you make any sandwich, try to make everything uniform. every bight should be the same. caramelized onion jam. bacon onion. >> 30 seconds left. >> we close it up. then what do we do? >> butter. notice we also have a little bacon. a little bacon fat. you want to press it a little
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than leading regular sodas. new kool-aid easy mix. oh yeah! . >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. i'm chris cato. 9:25 and time to check your first alert forecast with bill henley. warping up out there? >> slowly but surely the temperatures are coming up. we are seeing more and more sunshine. looks like a beautiful monday for a change. the skies are starting to clear. sunshine is taking over. that's going to lead to warmer temperatures. now 51 degrees here at nbc 10. currently at philadelphia international airport it's 52 and climbing. so stand by for monday with southerly winds warming us into the 70s this afternoon. >> we continue to follow breaking news out of montgomery
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county. sky force 10 was over the king of prussia mall where two people were shocked in or near macy's. the people were taken to the hospital. we spoke to a construction manager on site there. there is ongoing construction there. he tells us warm-up of the workers was shocked. we don't know the worker's condition. the manager said he's preparing a statement and we expect to get more information on this soon. as soon as we do we'll bring it to you. this morning we may learn why the philadelphia woman accused of abandoning her quadriplegic son in the woods is in the hospital in maryland. she will be extradited back to philadelphia and charged once she 's released prosecute fromfrom the hospital. she dumped her 21-year-old disabled son in the woods, left him there with a bible and a blanket. she went to visit her boyfriend in maryland. her son was discovered by a witness five days later. i'm chris cato. we'll have another update in 25
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taking a look at the headlines. a report says more flights are late and more luggage getting lost. 76.2% of flights last year were on time. down from 78.4% from the year before. hawaiian airlines had the most number of on time flights. the number of lost luggage were up 13%. complaints up 22%. a new report says one year in a nursing home could cost $100,000. nursing home bills skyrocketed at twice the rate of inflation over the last five years. and now one year in a nursing home costs as much as three years' tuition in a private college. experts say most seniors will wipe out their savings until medicaid kicks in. a new study says giving the
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hpv vaccine to boys may prevent a type of oral cancer. researchers say cancers blamed on hpv strike men three times more than women and could surpass cervical cancer as the most common hpv-related cancer. "furious 7" left the competition in the dust again over the weekend. top spot held for the second week in a row taking in more than $60 million according to early estimates. "home" was second. "the longest ride," the third. and now for a check of weather from al. >> i wonder if we're going to see "fuserious 8" when we see those numbers. for today we are looking at a strong risk of storms in texas. wet weather through the ohio river valley back into the gulf. more showers coming into the pacific northeast with a front moving in there. tomorrow that cold air invades the pacific northwest. so when you look for a snowy icy
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mix, some showers around the four corners. more wet weather, could see more flash flood watches and warnings. rain moves through quickly. temperatures stay relatively mild into the low to mid 60 that's w >> good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds to start with, but get your sunglasses ready. skies will be clearing. the wind picks up and that will help with the warm-up today. 70s this afternoon. tomorrow, umbrellas will be going up. showers and 67 the high on tuesday. 60s with sunshine wednesday. clouds return thursday. up to 64 degrees. increasing clouds will likely lead to more showers on friday but we'll clear out this weekend. have a great day. >> any time you need the weather, go to weather channel or weather.com. >> you left me out of the segment. i'm not going to eat any. you've got makeup here.
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pop fix. he had something on his face. that's what you do to friends. pop fix time. cheers to the morning after the big mtv movie awards. there was on-stage magic between jennifer lopez and channing tatum. channing and the boys from magic mike presented jennifer lopez. thanks to the singer, they got a preview of tatum's moves from his new movie. take a look. enjoy. >> don't go over there. don't go away. i got all -- we're not going to get a dance number? nothing? something? let's get it. >> your turn. >> my? maybe next time. >> did i miss it? >> i was expecting -- >> it was behind the pop fix
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logo. we had to censor it. >> the night turned emotional when vin diesel walked out to the wiz khalifah song which was a tribute. he took a moment for a tribute. >> the last time i stood on this stage i was with my brother pablo. so i love that intro you put, that beautiful song. ♪ it's been a long day without you my friend ♪ ♪ and i'll tell you all about it when i see you again ♪ i love you guys! >> vin was there to present the award for the best female performance to shailene woodley. truly hard warming impromptu moment. we know they're all still thinking about him. now to kanye west. while it was the kardashian sisters who were supposed to make a splash in armenia where they are visiting their roots
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and taping for their reality show he made a splash of his own. he surprised everyone with a free concert. then he just jumped into this lake nearby. according to kim's instagram, the moment was unplanned. her post said in part that kanye wakes me up and says he's doing a free concert and we throw on our sweats and we head out. of course it didn't take long for the adoring fans to mob kanye in the lake. he rapper had to be escorted out of the water ending the concert. he jumped in the lake to be closer to the crowd on the opposite side. tmz reports he did six songs. they don't call him yezus for nothing. he didn't walk on it. an unexpected surprise for ryan reynolds. he was the victim of a hit and run accident in vancouver. while walking he was hit by a
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paparazzi driver. she went on to say that the paparazzo fled the scene and ryan is okay thankfully. ryan has been in the city filming this movie "dead pool." that's scary. >> could have been worse. >> could have been. that's it. that's your pop fix for today. you enjoy it? >> yeah. >> yes. >> glad ryan's okay. that's scary. up next, she only signed on for one episode but became a fixture in season six of "laud & order svu." guess what. we're going to catch up with tamara how was your day? umm... girl troubles? dad! try this: say, "look into my eyes." "deeper." thanks. i'll try that. by the way... (chuckles) nancy, delicious! and this new kibble blend is so healthy. thank you. no...
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turn on your tv any day and you'll catch an episode of "law & order svu" where tamara tunie has been on for 15 years. >> tamara tunie, great to meet you. >> good morning. >> this show we were talking about is cool, "the red road." you are the maytriarch of a native american family. >> the wonderful thing about this show is all of the characters on the show are so complicated. no one is completely all good or all bad or whatever. and my character as the matriarch of this tribe is very much about her community, she's an activist for her community. at the same time she has a bit of a dark past. and this season we get to learn a bit more about marie's dark
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past and the guilt that more or less kind of drives her to do the things that she decemberoes. >> your background you are also native american. >> yes. there's native american blood on both sides of my family. my father's grandmother was full blooded native american and on my mother's side her family hailed from the georgia florida area so there's seminole blood there. so it's great to play a role that has kind of my genetic makeup as well. >> you shoot this down in georgia. you had some pretty tough run ins with some mosquitoes. >> the first season we started in august. and i don't know if you know atlanta in august. >> i lived there yes. >> it can be brutal. it's hot it's humid. we're shooting in the rural areas. 35 minutes north of atlanta. around lakes. so the mosquitoes were like
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kamikaze. they would come in and just -- you know. it was a little challenging. but this season we started a month later and it made all the difference. it was great. >> did you learn any products to keep them away if you have to go back around that time of the year? >> you know, i just kind of stayed inside and just wrapped myself in a blanket. you know what i mean? >> i'm going inside. >> yeah. something i didn't know about you. we know you play a medical examiner on "svu." your parents ran a funeral home. >> yes. that's true. born and raised in a funeral home. everybody says what was that like? it was normal. that's all i knew. but i guess you can kind of say it prepared me to play the m.e. on "svu." >> you wanted to go to medical school at some point. >> from the time i was in grade school, i thought i wanted to be a doctor. i was on the college prep
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trajectory. then my senior year of high school i decided that, you know, performing was something that i had had always done since i was a kid. and i loved it. i would do it at school and community theater for fun. not professional at all. but then my senior year i said you know what? this makes people happy when i do this. i feel good. i get to pretend and explore other areas and learn. >> you get to do it all. i have to ask you, though like the rest of us have you ever stayed in a whole weekend and watched the "law & order svu" marathon. >> yes. >> okay. thank you. >> well, they're addictive. you know what i mean? and they hook you too. as soon as one ends, another one starts. there's no commercials. >> credits are going. >> the whole weekend. >> then seven hours have gone by and you're like i think i need to go to the bathroom. >> they don't let you out. >> we love you on "svu" and love this show "the red road."
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>> nice to see you too. >> on your new show you makeover some unruly back yards. summertime even gets a little dangerous. >> absolutely. i think i've ruptured a shoulder, broken a rib broken two fingers. >> what the heck are you doing? >> we take on the most overgrown backyards in america. literally ten years of overgrowth. >> we have some before and after pictures of some of the things you tackled. let's see the before. okay. that looks pretty dicey. wow. that's not bad at all. >> yeah. >> wow. >> we very much get our hands dirty on the show. some of the makeovers are up to $100000 worth of makeover. it's huge. >> we have another one. >> this is 21000 square feet of back yard. >> nothing going on there. >> but the great thing is that there's small little bite size ideas in all of these makeovers. >> right. >> so what do you have? >> this is one of those bite
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size ideas. it's a simple one. this is something i put into that on the image. it's just dressing up a bird case. if you don't have one of these lying around the house, get it at the flea market or somewhere. you get the dramatic effect out of it. then you wedge the moss around the base of the plat.nt. drop a cup full of water once a week. >> very nice. >> this architectural herb garden here. >> i'm obsessed with this. i asked al to put this together at my house. >> what's great about cinder blocks, they absorb moisture and nutrients. and so the plant will draw from that and provided you keep reliable moisture in it, this is a great herb garden. here's how we do this. you add -- basically you can put this modular format if you like. then you add the blocks and lay
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them over top of each other. wherever you get a void, you dig in there and plant out our plant. >> how do you keep the water from flowing out? >> we've done a little bit of spray at the bottom here. you can see that. but it's actually not necessary. because all plants -- most plants don't like wet seed. reliable filter is what you look for. you grab the sweet basil. making a mess here. >> are you going to use plants that have already started. or go from seed? >> you can go right from seed if you like but i like instant gratification like most people. i'm sort of tucking it straight in like that. cup full of water and it's off to go. or oregano. >> we like that. fun. >> look at this hanging. >> this is totally cool. it's upcycling. it's all about upcycling these
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days. taking wasted products and turning them into something useful. >> these are wood palettes. >> just a totally old wood palette. we've taken all sorts of things in here. and we're using the fence as the backing for the palette, right? and then we open up these struts so you get window boxes. it's about creating a vert kl garden. >> thank you so much. jamie's back next hour to help you fix up your front houryard. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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oh, my god. i forgot to tell you. gayle king tried your baby foot. >> no. she sent pictures of it. >> it's the coolest thing in e the world. >> all right.
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>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, everyone. i'm chris cato. 9:56. it should be another nice spring dayment day. let es get your forecast. bill? >> lots of sunshine after the clouds clear out. we are in store for sunshine for the day. not a cloud in the sky. 52 in philadelphia. leading the charge allen town, trenton, mount p pocono oh up to 57. atlantic city at the airport is 58 and climbing.
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nice warmer day today. we'll see 70 by 2:00 this afternoon. southerly winds to 16 miles per hour. 72 at 5:00. >> we have an update now on the breaking news we have been following this morning out of montgomery county. two people were shocked at the king of prussia mall in the court section the in or near macy's. they were taken to the hospital. we now know one of the victims is a union electrical contractor from omni electric. the worker was seriously injured and an investigation is under way to find out what happened. we don't know about the other person involved. we'll keep you updated as new information comes in. new rid owe out of delaware county as paula brown returned to work. nbc 10 was there as she walked into colyn hall. she was they voted to fire her over allegations of financial mismanagement. she said that was illegal and locked herself in her office for hours. council will hold a meeting to discuss her future.
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we have baseball today. phillies taking on the mets at 1:00 p.m. on nbc 10. i chris cato. have are a great morning. we ale see you in half an hour.
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from nbc news, this is "today," with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. ♪ ♪ around your fingers ♪ >> around your finger. >> that is ali. >> called "wrapped up". >> i like it. ♪ around your finger ♪ >> instead of the wrap. >> that's good. >> okay. >> it is fun day monday, everybody. april 13th. >> almost tax day. but we have a great show for you today. a new movie that i -- oh my gosh, i love it you guys. we like a lot of things but there's our eduardo as you've
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never seen. look at that. that is a little boy. i don't know her. >> this movie by the way -- >> look at the boy. >> is amazing. this little kid will steal your heart, a. >> yes. he'll steal your heart in a different way. >> that big boy will. >> yeah. >> imagine having him staying in your guest room at your house. >> he did that at your house. >> i had to go in and wake him up every day. >> i bet you did. >> i took my time. >> he's a sweetheart. this little boy is a huge huge message about love and all kinds of stuff. we will talk to our friend eduardo. >> bobbie brown has spoken out about bobbi kristina. what he had to say, had to do appearances and ended up talking about it. >> right. >> the hunky host of "outback nation" jamie durie? >> what. >> he is here with easy fixes for your front yard. curb a peel. >> that's what i was doing all weekend long. >> out in the sunshine. >> out in the sunshine. the first beautiful day yesterday. just gorgeous. >> yeah. >> all weekend long, getting ready for spring. we have a screening at our
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house, friday night for a movie that cas did about human trafficking so we're having some friends over to see it. >> how sweet. >> you're welcome to come. >> aren't you the best. >> i know. >> it was one of those days. we went to the park and we were hanging out there and we got hoagies and sitting there having a great -- >> how would you like to have a hoagie with hoda? we should have a contest. you win a hoagie with hoda. >> look who was sitting down the bench from us. look at this picture. all right. this is a guy i think it was a guy, with a unicorn head on and heels red fingernail polish, playing the accordion saying, "define normal." i loved him. he sat there and played. i think it was a he. that's what we concluded. >> hard to get high heels that big, right? >> i know. >> you should know. >> okay. . >> what size do you wear? tell them what size? >> what i wear is usually a 9 1/2. occasionally, on rare shoes that
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sometimes run a different size, i wear an occasional 10. not normally. >> you know what size my foot was, nobody gives a rip. >> what? >> it's interesting. when i first married frank. >> how big? >> 5. >> what? >> it is now a 7. >> you've grown two sizes. >> yeah. the only place i've grown a couple sizes. all right. >> all right. the mtv movie awards were last night. that was the one -- that ended up seeming like a lot of fun. shaylean woodley did well. >> she won best actress for "fault in our stars". >> and innovator of the year and best on screen kiss. >> that's good. >> "fault in our stars" won best film. al gort. >> poor thing. >> he's cute. >> john green who wrote it -- >> remember when he was here with us. >> with them as well. >> he was the star, like all -- >> such a fan following. >> right. >> you know why when you meet him. sweetheart of a guy.
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gave apparently a moving speech about ester the teen girl who inspired the book he wrote. let's listen. >> i want to say thank you to my friend ester earl. she taught me a short life can be a good life and people who are living with disability are not defined by those disabilities and that the lives of people who are living with illness or disibility are just as interesting and complicated and beautiful as any other lives. [ applause ] ester i love you, i miss you. this is for you, thank you all so much for supporting "the fault in our stars". >> that's why everyone loves her. >> didn't have any notes. >> yeah. >> from his heart. ands theres a the real ester died at 16 from thyroid cancer. >> oh, wow. >> bless her family. >> at those awards scarlet johansson walked the red carpet. >> apparently itsy bitsy. >> had a baby 7 months ago. >> looks thinner than she did
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before. >> yeah. >> wow. >> at love things about her that aren't fair. waist is just the beginning. all right. frank and i never battled over baby names, thank goodness, choosing the right name for your child can lead to trouble when you don't agree. >> there is a cup until new york in queens and there is the mother wanted the baby's name to be -- michael. >> right. >> and the dad said no, i don't think so. i would like to name the baby spariden after his father. >> the mother says first of all i can't pronounce that name, why should i name something i couldn't pronounce. >> the dad put an on-line petition and the mom said if you get 100,000 signatures -- >> as of last checking about 20 minutes ago he's on his way just over 150. it's not looking good. >> i mean, you know, i understand he wants to -- >> sparery rycarry on.
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>> make it his middle name. >> spy would be cute. >> that would be a good nickname. >> like flo rider. >> he could be spy rider whatever it is. a cool name for a kid. >> why don't they do that. the rest could be the middle name. >> yes, yes hoda. >> you have cracked another case. >> the mom will have exclusive rights if she agrees to this of the baby if it ends up being a girl. you know what? >> tell me. >> the man has nothing but fun making this baby. the woman carries it for nine months. >> yes. >> and then nurses it and has to get a crane after she's finished nursing it ands the man walks -- you know, please. it's not fair. let the woman have a say in this thing or name it spy. >> exactly. all right. so we want to hear what you guys think about that. fun to hear. so there's a funny commercial that's going on, i keep catching this commercial in the middle. >> i haven't seen it.
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>> it's by united health care and puts you in a good mood. it's getting a lot of attention. let's take a look. ♪ i've had the time of my life ♪ ♪ i never felt like this before ♪ >> wait. ♪ yes, i swear it's the truth and i owe it all to you ♪ >> there you go. ♪ ♪ you're the one thing ♪ ♪ i can't get enough ♪ ♪ so i tell you something ♪ ♪ this could be love ♪ ♪ because -- >> wait. >> oh, no. ♪ i've had the time of my life ♪ >> there are thousands of ways into the cup plex health care system. and united health care has ways to makes the system simpler like virtual doctor visits. >> what happened here? >> i came in too hot.
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>> so cute. >> so cute. >> by the way, no actors were hurt in the making of that commercial. >> they were not. >> that was fun. >> we want to send out our congratulations justin bieber -- timberlake. not the bieber. tim ber. long weekend gardening. this is an interesting name. they named their boy silas randall timberlake. >> i can't wait to see a picture of that baby when -- it's going to be a gorgeous child. >> and she will have that body back too also in about four minutes. >> they will. >> and just a quick hello to our beautiful -- >> i was feeding them grilled cheeses earlier in the day. >> isn't it nice when nice people come to see us. >> adoreble. >> thank you so much. >> i bet they were out in central park in their thongs. >> heather jenna and leila. >> thank you. >> we have a special -- everyone has a story this week. ♪ everyone has a moment that changes their life and then ♪ >> yes. this gentleman his name is
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harold. he's 91 years old. you're going to love limb. there he is. he has been building -- he retired as a building contractor and has been building houses for habitat for humanity for the past 25 years. >> okay. >> love him already. >> nominated -- some of his volunteers sent me a letter and i went if he can make the trip and so harold, we're not going to speak to him today because it's hard for him to hear, but he's going to be here thursday and we will have him on for -- it's going to be the first time he's ever got onnen a plane. >> okay. >> a very special "everyone has a story". >> oh, my god. i can't wait for that. a nice beautiful piece of video, a hockey game this weekend and there was a husband and wife and their job was to drop the puck. and it was the arizona coyotes and so just before -- >> the anaheim ducks. >> and before they dropped the puck, somebody came and surprised them. their son. >> stop it. i love these. >> overseas. take a look at what happens.
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>> we have a special guest delivering tonight's game puck. please direct your attention to the coyotes' tunnel and welcome home from afghanistan your son sergeant daniel irvin. ♪ oh! >> look at the dad. >> oh. >> do it again. >> and man down. oh. oh my gosh. can you imagine. >> so -- >> he can't believe it. look at him. he runs toward him. oh. oh. >> oh, my god. >> thank you, jerry. >> thank you. >> i love those. >> love, love love those. >> you know what cassidy came home and she's been gone for two weeks and i was like that. >> you never get used to your kids not being there. >> don't miss out. >> a little later. >> hoda and i will share our
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disinfecting has to be one of them. clorox disinfecting wipes. can't kick off the week without getting caught up on today's buzz and all the celebrity scoop you missed while out having a good time. >> here to fill you on every juicy detail is "entertainment weekly" senior writer and our friend jim stackable. >> i love when you come up with nicknames. >> i know. >> don adorable. >> that's fun. >> coachella. >> yes. >> palm springs. >> made news. >> yes. >> big time. >> always makes news. it's this outdoor festival in california in the desert and it's just like everyone goes there. >> what's it like? >> a lot of people infringe. it's as lot of the supporting cast of "twilight" seem to go, i don't know. a lot of fringe, head dresses and music. >> what kind of music? is it a blend?
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>> it goes from rock to rap to you know to pop i mean it's everyone. like drake was there, florence and the machine, ac/dc opened it. it's a cross-section of things. >> drake was on stage. >> drake was on stage. >> madonna was on stage with him doing a duet. >> he has a song called "madonna" and came out in a t-shirt called "big as madonna" and kissed him by surprise. >> i can't figure out -- >> he looks like he's like kind of -- maybe regurgitating, i don't know. >> that's what it looked like. >> he doesn't look -- it doesn't look like a pleasant kiss. >> not happy. >> he's not happy with -- >> she planted it on him and he went -- looked like he almost wiped it off. >> yes. >> i'm not sure they're dating. i don't think it's the beginning of a romance. look at him. >> it's not going well for her. >> okay. >> madge. >> can't get a break lately. >> falling down.
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>> the tickets are crazy expensive. the album is not doing good. >> it's not. >> isn't that good. >> oh. >> sorry. truth bomb. but anyway -- >> i think -- mine seeing her in concert is incredible. >> amazing performer. >> as long as she doesn't get yanked down by her cape. >> at coachella justin bieber and katie perry. >> one of her best friends. justin bieber was there -- >> were they enjoying or performing? >> enjoying. he was with kendall a lot of the times. >> close friends. >> calabasas. >> yes. >> a popular place. katy perry was there, her best friend is a dj she is a dj there and they were all there. lot of celebs. >> so bobbie brown people have been waiting to hear him speak about his daughter and he had a appearance. >> soulful festival in l.a. over the weekend. apparently something he agreed to before bobbi kristina had the accident and he thanked the crowd got emotional and thanked
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the crowd for his support, what he's been through has been really hard and gives it up to god. >> what is her status? >> no one knows. it's been sort of like very quiet so i think, you know, she's just still -- i think she's still hospitalized. the family is hoping for the best. >> still in a coma. >> it's been sort of a complete -- >> tragedy any way you look at it. >> terble. >> couple movies. some that are coming back. >> yeah. >> the griswolds are back. >> the griswolds are back. >> original cast? >> kind of. some of them. so they're -- warner brothers -- >> time is not -- >> wow. yeah. so the griss wolds are back. wow. >> it's kind to some and not kind to others. >> anyway so the new vacation reboot. >> who's in it. >> focuses on rusty the son of clark and ellen chevy chase and beverly deangelo is played by ed helm from "the office". >> he's his ster call.
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>> his christine apple gate. and chris hemsworth. >> sexiest man alive. >> i can't see closely but that is -- >> beverly deangelo and chevy chase. comes out at the end of july. >> it's been made. >> it's in the can. >>s ready. >> the rocky horror picture show is back. what's going on. >> i know. >> any new good ideas? >> hello, hollywood. >> i keep coming back, please. no new good ideas. >> the longest ride. did it meet expectations or disappoint? >> it did okay. i saw it over the weekend. >> we enjoyed it. it's, you know -- >> i enjoyed -- >> of course you did. >> hello. >> he's -- >> oh. >> he's adoreble. >> no. it did okay. "rocky horror" is coming back. fox will do a tv version directed by kenny ortega. >> great choreographer. >> a lot of people apparently want james franklin to be in it. i would like a adam lambert.
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>> we haven't heard from him in a long time. all right. thank you, jim. >> thank you stackable. we're about to give away a fabulous trip. >> or are we? >> find out what happens when we surprise our fan of the week. >> i hope they know the answer to the question. >> minnesota winters are brutal it's tough being cooped up it gets a little stale. when dad opens up the window what's the first thing he does? the tobin stance spring is in the air and pollen, dog hair... the sunshine looks like fairy dust. (doorbell) whoa! what's this? swiffer sweeper! swiffer dusters! removes up to 70% of dust and allergens. stays on there like glue wow! look at that! ew! the tobin stance! that is totally what it is! this is brian. every day, brian drives carefully to work. and every day brian drives carefully to work, there are rate suckers. he's been paying more for car insurance because of their bad driving for so long, he doesn't even notice them anymore. but one day brian gets snapshot from progressive.
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okay. everybody. it's that time when we get to surprise our fan of the week. >> drum roll please. >> while we spin the globe and span the world. today it's taking us to waxhog north carolina where our fan watches us on wcnc channel 36. >> joining us by skype. who's that with you? >> my little girl kelsey. >> hi kelsey. >> hi.
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>> hi sweetheart. all right. let's tell everyone why you were chosen. tish has always been a fan of the fourth hour. after all the snow days this past winter kelsey stayed at home and watched it with mother. >> they tell us their favorite segment is "ihoda." they long to sing and dance with my playlist. i'm glad you like those. >> now tish, it's time to put your fan dom to the test with a trivia question. 15 seconds and one guess. you need to anticipate it correctly to win. i hope you do. you can go on a nice trip. >> ready? >> here's the question. we just celebrated an anniversary how many years of kathie lee and i have been on the show together five years, seven years, or ten years. >> lucky number seven. >> yeah! >> all right. guess what? you're going on a fabulous trip. oh, this is perfect for you. >> guess where you're going? >> orlando, florida. where you're going to stay -- >> oh! >> four days and three nights at the orlando world center
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marriott, also a spa treatment for two, get your mani and pedi, $100 dining credit and round trip airfare included. >> universal orlando resort part of our sister company is giving you two park with universal and islands of adventure. you guys get to skip all the lines. >> you didn't hear that part. >> you get to skip all the lines. >> no lines. >> no way! >> yes way! >> okay. >> have a ball. send us pictures. >> incredible. >> you guys have a -- bye kelsey. >> wheat heart. >> thank you, love you guys. >> love you too. >> the new movie about a small town kid with big homes and bigger message when we meet the stars of "the new boy". >> dispute with the neighbor and need help, ask the lawyer,
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they're out of the picture for the rest of the day. a nice breeze is blowing. sunshine and the wind combining to warm temperatures into the 70s today. got close to it yesterday in philadelphia with 67. already 58 though in philadelphia international. coatesville, wrightstown, toms river already in the 60s. 58 in roxborough. 70s south southwesterly winds to 18 miles an hour. grab your sunglasses if you're heading out the door. thank you, bill. we have an update on the breaking news we've been following throughout the morning in montgomery county. two people were shocked at the king of prussia mall in the court section of the mall in or near macy's. they were taken to the hospital. we know one of the victims is a union electrical contractor from the company omni electric. the company tells nbc 10 the worker was seriously injured and an investigation is under way to find out what happened. we don't know about the other person involved but we're told the people injured are being treated at paoli hospital.
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and this morning we may learn why the philadelphia woman accused of abandoning her quadriplegic son in the woods is in the hospital in maryland. investigators say nyia parler will be extradited back to philadelphia and charged once she's released. that could happen as early as today. investigators say parler dumped her 21-year-old disabled son in the woods at cobbs creek. her son was discovered by a passer buy five days later. we'll have a full hour of news coming up in 30 minutes. get the latest news and weather using the nbc app.
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it's fun day monday and we're getting ready to ask the lawyer about disputes with friends family members and neighbors. >> some of you asked for advice and here to help you out is the attorney and judge on "lauren lakes paternity court" lauren lake. >> who the daddy? >> yes. that's what we determine. >> all right. here we go. question number one the yard next door has a large tree that was uprooted during the storm and it's dangerously leaning toward my fencing, dog pen and garage. i told the neighbor i would pay half of it to take it down. he said he knew somebody who would do it for $600 but then did nothing about it. what action can i take to force him to take the tree down before it falls and destroys my property? >> or kills his dog. >> yeah. >> before it gets legal and
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crazy talk to the neighbor. >> he has. >> they dropped the ball, but go back it to him. go back and say listen, you said you would take this tree down. we can split it half, 600 bucks, do you have a guy? if you don't have a guy i might have one. >> i have a guy. >> i will pay to have it taken down reimburse me. do a small contract. get it over with work it out. worse case scenario in many states like new york if your tree is decayed, damage, uprooted and you have notice as a homeowner and it crushes someone you can be held liable just because -- you've got to take care of it. i would say, look, it's going to be your neighbor, you got to be outside mowing the lawn and if they can't stand you -- try to work it out before it gets -- >> what if your neighbor just had branches growing over your property those get annoying. >> can you trim them if they're on your side of the property. >> if they're on your side you are okay if you just trim them slightly so they don't affect your property. do not damage the whole tree. child, don't go chopping off the whole -- >> you know because if, in
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fact,ist damages the -- damages the tree you are responsible because it is their tree on their property. >> i believe what she says. >> she scares me. >> i like her. >> i would do everything she says. >> me too. question two, i have custody of my 5-year-old daughter and my husband my daughter has known as her dad wants to adopt her. of his own free will his buy logical father has not been involved in her life going on five years. what can i do so my husband can adopt her. >> this is common, this happens. a new stepfather that wants to adopt. it's not that easy it's a process. they have to consent, do a consent agreement that we agree. this biological father will have to voluntarily relying distinguish his pa airportal rights but not so fast buddy, that doesn't mean because you know what i want to give up my rights i'm good to go. the courts don't go after that. the courts have to determine they're a good cause. now a step parent that wants to adopt that's involved in the child's life. >> that has some play. >> usually considered.
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but it's -- >> find the husband, the father. >> you're going to have to put up notice in the paper, you're going to have to wait. because people don't understand pa nernenity is a legal right. if you can't find the father and the court will have to take it from there. >> being a great father to her could be enough. >> absolutely. >> that's a hard thing to come by. >> something people should not relying be wish lightly. it's about the child. it ain't about you. it's about the child. >> my neighbor smokes cigarettes and the smell filters over to stink up my side of the duplex. sometimes around 2:00 or 3:00 a.m. they drag stuff across the floor that sounds like they're moving furniture. i reported this to the landlord and he spoke with them and i also called the police twice about the noise. my next step is to move. any suggestions? >> we've all had a noisy neighbor, we've maybe been the noise owe neighbor in our lifetime. >> tobacco smoke. >> some states it's considered legally a toxin.
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so what needs to happen here, there needs to be a certified letter written, legal real communication with the landlord about the fact that this is truly affecting me. and if it can be determined that it's affecting the quiet enjoyment of their property. >> the meaning of life. >> i'm paying rent every month to live and i am inhaling something that has been determined hazardous to my health. >> letter from the doctor. >> absolutely. >> or what if a child has asthma. >> yeah. >> you have a child that has aspla. various factors. you have to put people on notice and handle it the right way. the landlord could be held liable if he doesn't do something about it. >> make him the middle man. >> or sue your neighbor in some states directly for private nuisance. and say you're interfering with my life, my property. >> but it's expensive and takes time and by that time you are better off moving. it's sad. >> yeah. >> all right. >> you're excellent. you really are. >> terrifying me.
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now that the movie you're going to want to bring your entire family to see. >> it is called "little boy" a story about hope and faith and a determined 7-year-old who believes has the power to move mountains and bring his father home from world world ii. take a look. >> how are you going to bring dad back, you idiot? >> like like look for -- move a mountain. >> fine. you want to move a mountain, there's one, go ahead, move it
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move it! >> they're not -- oh. >> we're not going to give away what happens there. oh i love this movie. makes my sob thinking about it. eduardo verastegui is the executive producer but plays father with a very weird hair cut. michael rapaport plays the dad, david henry the old sonar and jacob salvati is the little boy. >> jacob. look at jacob. >> welcome, welcome. >> thank you. >> honestly, eduardo sent it to me seven times and wouldn't play. finally says one day, kathie, i'm coming to your house i'm going to play the movie for you. >> i was late. >> no. it was wonderful. i asked him so many questions about you, jacob. and you told me the story, eduardo, tell everybody about how he wasn't even supposed to audition that day. >> actually that was the hardest thing ever because he carried the entire movie. >> yeah. >> if we cast the wrong kid the entire movie will collapse. >> yeah. >> more than thousand kids from texas, new york, california. >> yeah.
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>> and one day we saw jacob waiting to audition. >> his brother was there, right? >> his brother. >> you can tell the story. >> well, my brother was actually called for the audition and i just was tagging along you know, and the director comes out to take a break and he's like i want to see that kid. next thing you know, after nine auditions i booked the film. >> oh, my gosh. >> stop it. >> classic hollywood story. >> can i share the story about, you know, when we gave him finally after nine auditions the role he was crying, the director, you're a little boy, thank you, the older brother there to audition starts crying. i'm thinking he's crying because he's jealous or something, didn't get the job. no, he said i'm very grateful because we're very poor and we find out in real life they were losing their home. the older brother was thankful because jacob was saving their home in real life. we were so moved and touched and we hired both of them. entire family was hired. >> but this movie is a lot of
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different messages. >> tell us. we heard some of the premise, trying to bring the dad back. >> well, you know -- >> that's this big guy right here. >> tale for adults through the eyes of a kid. world war ii michael rapaport the father, brother. why don't you tell us what happened in that movie. >> i mean, the film is about the breach of the family, the father has to go off and serve war and the two sons have driven reactions. the older son has a realistic view on what's going to happen and what's going on and he told and faced and believes and pushes everybody through the whole thing. honestly it's one of the most special movies i've been a part of. >> really? >> it's spielberg-ian. it's for everybody. you know we -- this guy worked so hard to get the movie out and done. you know, we're just proud, proud to be a part of it. i think it's really special. >> yeah. >> there was a magical feel the whole time. i remember the first audition with him actually, see how he has a big smile on face.
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walked in for a chemistry scene, had to work up tears, he recognized me from the tv show. half the battle was over because the chemistry was there. we go into the scene, starts crying, bawling the director yells cut and in an instant tears to smile and you looked at me and go you're a good actor. i was like -- >> natural. never had a lesson, nothing? >> i learned so much from him. when you're on set and see a kid playing make believe it's so easy to get so serious. all these oscar nominated actors working with his guy i love forever. >> we tell really quick the first day of shooting he starts crying. he said, mom, i'm just a kid and i want to have fun. i don't want to do this movie any more. i want to go home. every time, we'll give you a toy. whatever you want tell your mother and we'll give it to you. 20 toys later he became like marlon brando. >> before the film, do a youtube search of this guy and see a beautiful thing at the end of the film, it's a great touching
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moment. >> at the rap party. >> saying good-bye to everybody. see the film and click on that. >> april 24th. >> huge career coming up for you. you guys already have them. you're going to be -- >> this is five years of our life for one hour 40 minutes of your time. april 24th for the whole family. >> and eduardo will come to your house and play the movie for you. >> i will. if you come to see the mo every, i'll come to your house. >> okay. we sold some tickets. >> thank you all so much. all the best of the film. >> raise your hands. >> like this. >> going to move some mountains. >> about to create new ideas, give your front yard a face lift. >> right after this. >> april 24th. >> theater near you.
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. all right. here's a guy you got to know a landscape design expert with ten best-selling books and hosted more than 50 tv shows airing in 30 countries and his name is jamie durie. >> he is hosting a new show on
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fyi called "outback nation" where he helps families turn unruly backyards into the outdoor oasis. >> jamie is taking his business to your front yard with inexpensive ways to create curb appeal. >> good. >> hi, jamie. >> good to see you again. >> last time we did this we did a vertical garden thing. >> we're over that. >> now front. >> i have fresh stuff for you. >> new inexpensive ways to boost the curb appeal. >> totally. >> what should you do? >> this is one idea we do quite a lot on the show kind of like this little segmented walkway, right. it's like a series of pontoons where you walk through the front entrance. >> yeah. >> and plant in between those pontoons to make it feel like it's invested in the landscape. >> looks like it's all weather too. >> this is great stuff. this is literally -- it's amazing because it's made out of a biproduct of petroleum like using 93% wasted plastic bags from shopping centers goes into making this wood. pop that into there and it clips
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in place. >> usually goes in better. >> yes, it does. yeah. >> you know the screw, it has to get it joints. >> this is a suck cue leapt garden. >> i'm sure because i heard you're not crazy about succulent succulents. >> i'm not but lots are and very low maintenance unlike hoda. >> here's one i prepared earlier. >> it's beautiful. >> how did you make it? >> what can you do? >> she is low maintenance. >> she is low maintenance. >> that's good. that's great. >> succulents are like the camels of the plant world and hold moisture in their leaves. >> like deserts. >> if you pulled a leaf apart look at the moisture that comes out of that. >> oh yeah yeah, yeah. that means they're super water wise. you literally just tuck them into a nice sandy mix and we can sort of dig -- i know you've got your -- >> yeah. >> supposed to be wearing glasses and that kind of stuff, aren't you? >> oh, no. >> there you go. >> give the roots a little bit of a stick hold. >> that's it and up.pump them in
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there. always face them towards the viewers, whoever is viewing this. >> a nice look at it. >> perfect. >> nice. >> get rid of those little things. >> the best way keep turning it and looking for the bald spots in the guardp. nobody likes bald spots. >> especially in the garden. >> that looks beautiful. >> now what? >> this is a snazzy one. this might take longer than 30 seconds. >> okay. >> but -- >> topiary. >> you guys are supposed to be wearing safety gear. >> why? >> i like these going toles. >> i really laugh because it's like you're dealing with a biohazard but it's not. >> a little sayscissor thing. >> both of these are boxwoods right? this is one that hasn't been, and this you take the gauge off. >> okay. >> i can see nobody told me. nobody said anything. >> no. make it rounded. >> this is one that -- >> this is one that is and this is one that's not.
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>> what is topiarized? >> trimming the tree into a shape. here i've got -- >> like an animal. >> i don't like the animals. >> not animals, no. we have enough of those on the show, actually. >> we do. by the way, speaking of animals, you're an animal. i was -- >> oh, really? >> yes. i was looking through some various, i don't know, pictures and one that popped up of you. you never take off your shirt. look, kathie lee. >> oh my gosh. >> let's live here for a minute. >> are you related to hugh jackman. you're hot. >> it wasn't hard. it was on your facebook. >> oh, thanks. >> can i grab those? >> we love you. we have to go. >> we were having fun. >> okay. >> called "outback nation" and premiers tonight on fyi. >> jamie. >> you're terrific. >> don't miss our favorite things coming up next. first, this is "today" on nbc. >> we're going to watch because of your shirtless shot. >> oh. >> you need to be careful.
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it's time to share our favorite things. mine are note cards. >> oh. >> by my friend ann nielsen one of the most delightful delicious wonderful -- >> oh, my gosh. >> painters in the world today. $42, ann enielsen.com. >> most beautiful paintings ever. >> oh, gosh. her paintings are extraordinary but have her gift cards too. i love them. those are for you. >> they are? that's nice. >> my by elizabeth arden. in the morning they have the tiny pods inside is liquid silk. >> stop it. >> you put it on your face. >> oh. >> and it is -- put it on your hands if you want right now. it's amazing. youth restoring serum. >> anything with youth and restoring in it is good. >> 90 capsules, it's $90, but a dollar a day. see. feel it. >> oh, yeah. >> that is fantastic. >> put it on clean face and then you put your moisturizer on top. is that amazing.
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>> yeah. >> take it on the plane and put it on your face. >> awesome. >> elizabetharden.com. >> guess who's
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the laughing cow. reinvent snacking. nbc 10 breaking news. right now at 11:00, we're following breaking news from north carolina. an official says one person is dead and a community college campus is on lockdown as tharts search authorities search for a man with a gun. information is still trickling into our newsroom but here is what we know right now. there were reports of an active shooter on the campus at around 8:00 this morning. authorities confirm one person was shots in the area of the college library. we continue to follow this breaking news and we'll bring you updates as we get them into our newsroom. and we're also following breaking news this morning from montgomery county. two people were electrically shocked at the king of prussia mall. this happened in a rede

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